Confronting Zionism: A JVP-NYC Publication
Confronting Zionism JVP
The New York City chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) compiled thirteen testimonies by diverse JVP-NYC members and a set of discussion questions in the 2017 publication Confronting Zionism: A Collection of Personal Stories. The group shares their hope that the book “will be of use to educators, students, activists, researchers and anyone who is ‘wrestling with Zionism’ as a political ideology, a family battlefield, a dream betrayed, or a form of racist exclusion in everyday life.”

Purchase the book through JVP or find it at your local public library. Learn more about Jewish Voice for Peace at the Promised Land Museum.

Category: BOOKS
Title: Jewish Voice for Peace, Confronting Zionism: A Collection of Personal Stories, 2017
Date of publication: 2017

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