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Safer in the Streets, Volume 2
A free, shareable tool for protesters illustrating best practices for dealing with the police.
Self-Rule Without Sovereignty
Political scientist Diana B. Greenwald on the promises and pitfalls of Palestinian local governance in the shadow of Israeli occupation.
Dana El Kurd
The Right’s Anti-Israel Insurgents
A burgeoning anti-Zionist strain in the America First movement looks to capitalize on popular disaffection over Palestine for its own ends.
Ben Lorber
Anatomy of a Moral Panic
The repressive machine currently arrayed against campus protests follows a familiar pattern.
Adam Haber and Matylda Figlerowicz
Who Has the Right to “Disrupt” the University?
The very administrators now cracking down on student protests’ “disruptiveness” have been dismantling higher education for decades.
Dennis M. Hogan
Weeping for Babylon
Avi Shlaim discusses the factors behind the exodus of Iraqi Jews and how the concept of the “Arab-Jew” can chart an alternative future.
Zvi Ben-Dor Benite
Why Ceasefire Talks Are Stuck
A breakdown of the political dynamics that have prevented a ceasefire in Gaza.
Alex Kane
Yiddish Anarchists’ Break Over Palestine
An exchange in the anarchist newspaper Di fraye arbeter shtime after the 1929 Hebron massacre offers a case study in Jewish discourse and political reaction after immense violence.
Eyshe Beirich
The Complicity of Israeli Academia
Scholar Maya Wind discusses Israeli universities’ longstanding role in Palestinian subjugation.
Raphael Magarik
“In the Middle of Fighting for Freedom We Found Ourselves Free”
June Jordan’s 1993 tribute to Audre Lorde, her sister-in-arms from the ’60s student protests and beyond
Alexis Pauline Gumbs
Reviving the Language of Empire
Aziz Rana on revisiting the anti-imperialism of the 1960s and ’70s amid the return of left internationalism.
Nora Caplan-Bricker
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