The Jewish Liberation Fund and IfNotNow are sponsoring “Who Speaks for the Jews,” a deep dive into understanding the forces that shape American Jewish life.
On Friday, July 30, President Biden announced his nomination of Dr. Deborah Lipstadt, Emory University professor and Holocaust historian, for the position of US Special
by Isaac Brosilow This piece was originally posted by the American Jewish Peace Archive. For organizer and author Paul Engler, the grassroots uprising that greeted the
My younger son recently did something he should not have done. And he told us about it. He didn’t even know why he did it,
Today my old school Solomon Schechter is celebrating “50 years of Jerusalem reunification.” They should not teach Occupation as reunification.
I worked hard to identify opportunities for my 13-year-old campers to think critically about issues like gender, and to grow. However, there was and remains a limit to the cultural changes Ramah is willing to pursue, and that limit is the occupation.
Former NFTY leaders speak out: Social Justice is for the United States. Cultural connection is for Israel.
It was the end of the summer of 2014, and the Gaza war continued with horrific casualties. I stood in the hallway, just steps away from my old high school locker, folding and unfolding my staff orientation schedule. Smoothing it out, I stared down at the words “3pm-3:45pm: Israel This Summer.”
Adina Cooper tells how her Jewish camps and schools justified Israel’s occupation as part of IfNotNow’s #YouNeverToldMe campaign.
“We were warned about Culpeper,” said IfNotNow (INN) member Ayelet Wachs Cashman (pictured above), “but there was more honking in support there than anywhere we’ve been,