Marc Grey


'Fourth Matzo' for Passover Symbolizes Freedom Struggle of African Immigrants

By Marc Grey

'Fourth Matzo' for Passover Symbolizes Freedom Struggle of African Immigrants
African immigrants and the Bedouin in Israel are fighting their own freedom struggles. Is it time to bring back the ‘fourth matzo’ at the Seder table to honor their fight?Read More


How Education Can Combat Israeli Racism

By Marc Grey

How Education Can Combat Israeli Racism
With racism on the rise in Israel, how can educators find opportunities to confront head on the prejudice and intolerance of some of their students?Read More






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