J Street leader Jeremy Ben-Ami.
J Street leader Jeremy Ben-Ami speaks in the group’s Washington headquarters.
Far Enough? The Presidents Conference came under withering criticism for its rejection of the dovish group J Street. The umbrella group is taking some steps to reform itself, but will it be enough?
Adrift: Jeremy Ben-Ami, J Street’s leader, now needs to find a new raison d’etre for the group.
Rejected: J Street president Jeremy Ben-Ami represents an organization that speaks for an increasing number of young Americans.
Uphill Fight: J Street president Jeremy Ben-Ami came under attack at a committee meeting of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations.
Let My People In: J Street leader Jeremy Ben Ami is pushing for the group’s admission to the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations.
Backing Barack: J Street chief Jeremy Ben-Ami addresses the dovish group?s recent convention.
Bigger Tent: Tzipi Livni, the centrist leader of Israel?s peace talks delegation, addresses the J Street conference.