The liberal Jewish group Zioness is expanding its staff and ambitions - but its past ties to right-wing causes could hinder its growth.
“Our message is, no one should be policing this. We want to bring our full selves to the table.”
One chapter criticized “leadership’s reluctance to call out Antisemitism, and their defensiveness when asked to examine their own prejudices.”
The South African musician whose face was used in logo of the so-called Zioness Movement says she has nothing to do with the controversial group.
I have news for the neo-Nazis and the far-left anti-Semites: We are loud, proud, and sincere. We are growing every day, and we are here to stay.
The religion I grew up with always included “Next year in Jerusalem” in every Sabbath service
At the racial justice march in Brooklyn, longtime Jewish activists said that the Zioness contingent seemed intent on stirring divisions.
During the Charlottesville riots, 800 miles away, a group of American Jews fought back against the exclusion of Zionists from the Chicago Slutwalk.
A group calling itself the “Zioness Movement” has announced it will be walking in the Chicago Slutwalk, which briefly banned Zionist symbols.