Tea and Solidarity

In the UK, Jews and Indians on the left are joining forces against the right’s Islamophobia and bigotry.

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Understanding Labour’s Antisemitism Crisis

The new British Jewish left is mobilizing to reframe the narrative around antisemitism in Labour.

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Doron Langberg and the New Queer Intimism

An emerging movement in painting depicts everyday queer life with striking intimacy.

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Hillel Uses the Pro-Israel Playbook on Socialists

The campus organization’s dispute with Georgia Tech’s YDSA chapter might be a sign of things to come.

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Naked Gun

The Instagram stars making military occupation look good.

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Brexit Is Bad for the Jews

A Labour win is Britain’s best chance of staying in the European Union—a guard against far-right nationalism.

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Devra Freelander

Far Away, Deep Inside

Devra Freelander’s climate conscious works ask: What does it mean to love what you destroy, and to destroy what you love?

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Abortion Without Apology

In her new book, Jenny Brown urges feminists to return to a more radical mode of reproductive rights activism.

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Turning Possibility into Power

Former Israeli Knesset member Dov Khenin discusses how to build political power and pass radical legislation in a right-wing climate.

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Why We Talk in Images

“Marion takes a deep breath; the air shimmers around her, and the floor wobbles under the bed; and Henry and Dot learn that you cannot prepare yourself, in the face of death, for death.”

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The ADL Cannot Lead on Civil Rights

At its annual conference, the organization’s Trump-aligned, right-wing Israel advocacy eclipsed its liberal agenda.

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Hitler Youth

A Springtime of Erasure

A cartoonist reflects on a right-wing smear campaign that summoned the specter of “Degenerate Art.”

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