Sarah Brammer-Shlay is a member of If Not Now, a movement to end the American Jewish community’s support for the occupation.
By Sarah Brammer-Shlay
Why Do People Care More About Adelson’s Money Than The Lives Of Palestinians?
Over the past three weeks, 13 Birthright participants decided to walk off their Birthright trips, causing quite a stir. The walk-offs happened on three different trips, but all for the same reason. After repeatedly asking questions about the material they were being presented and then receiving whitewashed answers about Israel’s military rule over Palestinians, or…
This Year, We Must Address The Moral Crisis Of Our Jewish Generation
In early September as the new school year began for thousands of Jewish high school students, IfNotNow, a movement focused on ending the American Jewish community’s support for the occupation and a movement that I help lead, launched the #YouNeverToldMe campaign. As a generation, we were betrayed by the institutional Jewish world which told us…
EXCLUSIVE: Israeli Police Broke My Arm, But They Can’t Stop Me From Resisting — Or Speaking Out.
On the morning of Wednesday, May 24, I woke up in the Palestinian village of Sarura, also known as Sumud Freedom Camp. Palestinian residents of Sarura had been displaced from their homes 20 years prior and a coalition worked to return those families to their community. For the past eleven days there has been consistent…
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On the ground at Auschwitz on this International Holocaust Remembrance Day
We’re visiting Auschwitz because the fight against antisemitism didn’t end with liberation
טשיקאַוועסן: ערשטער תּל־אָבֿיבֿער האָטעל עפֿנט זיך ווידער; 50% אַמעריקאַנער ווייסן ווייניק וועגן חורבןTidbits: First hotel in Tel Aviv re-opens; 50% Americans know little about the Holocaust
צווישן די אָנגעזעענע געסט במשך פֿון די יאָרן זענען געווען דוד בן־גוריון און אַלבערט אײַנשטײַן.
California Briefing: Overdue justice for Blaze Bernstein and Stanford/Cal campus antisemitism