Judaism on Our Own Terms

Judaism on Our Own Terms

Judaism on Our Own Terms (JOOOT, formerly Open Hillel) is a network of ideologically diverse Jewish students and student groups which aim to share resources across North American campuses. The resources are shared through guidebooks and zines, both of which can be...

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CODEPINK

CODEPINK

CODEPINK is a feminist grassroots organization that strives to end U.S. warfare and imperialism. CODEPINK supports peace and justice in the world, and advocates for redirecting resources to life-affirming programs like healthcare and education. Participate in upcoming...

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Canada Park

Canada Park

This rare film, shared online is two parts by Palestine Diary, reveals the history behind the demolition and destruction of several Palestinian villages. The documentary details how the land of 'Imwas, Yahu and Bayt Nuba became an Israeli public park. Several new...

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PeaceCast Podcast

PeaceCast Podcast

PeaceCast is a podcast produced by Americans for Peace Now (APN), the sister-organization of Israel’s preeminent peace movement Shalom Achshav (“Peace Now “in Hebrew). The podcast explores issues and trends relating to peace and security for Israeli and Palestinian...

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Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi

Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi

The Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi is a Buddhist scholar and translator who has spoken out against Israel’s injustice in Palestine. In a 2024 article published on Common Dreams, Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi calls Israeli’s attack on Gaza “the gravest moral crisis of our time.” A...

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Marc H. Ellis

Marc H. Ellis

Marc H. Ellis is a Jewish-American author, theologian, and retired professor widely regarded as a “leading authority on contemporary Judaism.” He is known for his research, writing, and advocacy for peace between Israel and Palestine through the lens of ethical Jewish...

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