We need these protests now more than ever. In preparation for marching on Shabbat, I will be saying this Prayer for Protest.
Monday morning, IfNotNow protested in the lobby of the JFNA, challenging Jewish institutions to demonstrate greater moral leadership.
Act now to stop Rabbi Marvin Heir, head of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and its Museum of Tolerance, from speaking at Trump's inauguration.
Carolina Jews for Justice's statement condemning "coup-like attempts" by the North Carolina legislature to strip Governor-elect Roy Cooper of power.
Over 300 young Jews with IfNotNow demanding #FireBannon marched on the Conference of Presidents to protest a Hanukah party hosted at the Trump Hotel in DC.
On this episode, we took some time to reflect on changes in the US Jewish political landscape following Trump's election. We spoke with Aurora Levins Morales about her recent article in the Nation, what it's like to mentor younger Jewish activists, and how to put Trump's victory into historical context.
After 9 months of resistance at Standing Rock, a partial win: the Army Corps of Engineers has denied the permit to complete the Dakota Access Pipeline.
If you’re worried about hail victory salutes in DC and swastikas in parks and on subways (as we should be), start asking not whom you should disallow, but whom you should invite into your life.