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."
The call for religious pluralism in Israel cannot be divorced from the struggle for Palestinian rights.
As a progressive, each year I'm disappointed in New York's annual Celebrate Israel parade. And yet I continue to march.
Join leading Israeli human rights organizations in Jerusalem with Solidarity of Nations - Achvat Amim, a 5-month volunteer program that directly engages with the reality in Israel-Palestine through activism and education.
Vision and Division in Israel is a flowing, eloquent memoir of political activism haunted by uncertainty, written by 40-year activist Sarah Kreimer.
I saw plenty anti-semitism growing up in rural America. We must rethink how the anti-oppression movement includes us -- and how we see ourselves.
Today, Issa Amro, an internationally recognized Palestinian human rights defender, appears in an Israeli military court. His offense? Protesting nonviolently.
Too many American Jews do nothing to address the most important moral issue that our community faces today -- the occupation of the Palestinian Territories -- and continue to perpetuate it.