Last weekend, the weather was beautifully spring-like in Chicago, and so naturally I decided to spend about five hours of it indoors, marathoning documentaries about
In July, thirteen young Jews on the Naomi Chazan Activism Fellowship visited unmarked sites in Israel that recently shaped debate about unending occupation.
My older son just graduated from his Jewish day school in DC and will attend public school next year. Who can I trust to educate him on Israel now?
The Naomi Chazan Fellowship brings young people from the US, UK, and Australia to connect to grassroots activism in Israel.
In 2016, Mutasim Ali became the first Sudanese asylum seeker granted refugee status in Israel and is speaking this week in NY, DC, Philadelphia, and Boston.
At a time of increased divides, the New Israel Fund and Israel Story Podcast have put together a live show that deepens the conversation with moving stories of what it means to live together in a shared society.
Arthur Obermayer, pioneering activist for Israeli-Palestinian peace, died this week.
Five things I’m taking away from the first-of-its-kind HaaretzQ with New Israel Fund conference this past weekend.
Jewschool sent Chanel Dubofsky and Lex Rofes to cover the first conference of Haaretz, Israel’s leading newspaper, and New Israel Fund, the leading organization advancing democracy and social justice.
Five leading progressive American Jewish organizations jointly honor Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on the 20th anniversary of his assassination.