URJ president emeritus Eric Yoffie considered contacting his Muslim contacts after October 7, but ultimately chose not to. “I pulled away,” he says.
“From The Yarra River to the Mediterranean Sea” is a podcast that’s part history lesson, part therapy session and also features interviews with various peacebuilders in the region.
Many Israelis, Palestinians and Jews abroad are actively working to provide nuanced perspectives to their respective communities—and other listeners.
The killing of Alexei Navalny in an Arctic prison camp last week recalls the darkest aspects of Communist rule in the Stalinist era.
Both writers weave intricate yet leisurely plots and present an array of colorful, characters. Above all, they portray a fundamental decency and a hopeful vision.
“Filmmakers know that addressing the conflict can make or break a film, or a career,” says Orr. But done well, the rewards can be worth it.
Will Israel comply with the ICJ’s order to submit a report within a month detailing what it’s doing to follow the Genocide Convention?
The vice president and cofounder of the Mimouna Association, which started as a club on her university campus in Morocco, on the importance of shared community.
The Importance of Storytelling in the Black and Jewish Communities with Eric K. Ward, Nadine Epstein, Adam Mansbach and Langston Collin Wilkins
A conversation about the importance of folklore in both the Black and Jewish communities, from the golem and Anansi the Spider to Hip Hop and Jewish Jokes.