Punching Richard Spencer wasn't self-defense. Beyond the fact that this punch was morally indefensible, it was also incredibly stupid.
This week nearly 500 #IfNotNow members joined #LiberationSeder actions across the country calling on American Jewish institutions to end their support for the occupation.
What is escalation, if not the recognition of life-threatening crisis and the seeking of means to confront it? When we don’t escalate, we recognize the inverse: our White, Jewish lives don’t depend on confronting Trump’s murderous racism.
Organizers calling for A Wider Bridge's exclusion from Creating Change are making a serious argument that should be heeded.
Israeli right-wing NGOs hypocritically hide hundreds of millions of dollars from public scrutiny, details Peace Now.
Five things I'm taking away from the first-of-its-kind HaaretzQ with New Israel Fund conference this past weekend.
A new issue ad, a hunger strike, and solidarity organizing in Texas--just another week in the fight for immigration justice.
It is critically important for those who are interested in genuinely workable political frameworks for the land between the river and the sea to wean themselves from two-state dogma.
There’s no reason to doubt the existence of real crossover appeal between the growing neo-Confederate movement and ultra-Zionism, and there shouldn’t even be anything all that surprising about it.
Peter Beinart offered Alan Dershowitz unrequited civility during Iran deal debate held at the JCC in Manhattan.