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Princeton Students Voted to Boycott Machinery Used by Israel. Proponents of Israel Are Countering with Misinformation.
On and off campus, advocates for Israel have publicized falsehoods about the vote.
Isaac Scher April 19, 2022
Analysis
Eric Adams’s Moral Panics
To defeat a politics of right-wing reaction organized around criminalization, the left needs to put real power behind the principle of abolition.
Kay Gabriel April 19, 2022
Poetry
Palestinian Painter
“He’s painting a new house, / even a new garden. / Without shrapnel, / without twisted metal beams”
Mosab Abu Toha April 15, 2022
Newsletter
The Failure of Subway Policing
Eric Adams’s cop-centric approach isn’t likely to make New Yorkers safer
David Klion April 14, 2022
Essay
Darkness in the Holy Land
An introduction to the Haggadah of the Black Panthers in Israel.
Reuven Abergel April 13, 2022
Essay
חושך מצרים בארץ הקודש
מבוא להגדת הפנתרים השחורים
Reuven Abergel April 13, 2022
Newsletter
The End of Nonviolent Resistance
The recent wave of Palestinian attacks on Israelis come as other options have been delegitimized.
Isaac Scher April 12, 2022
Essay
The Soul of the Worker
A mid-century Chabad writer protests the “shidduch” between socialism and secularism.
Eli Rubin April 11, 2022
Conversation
Waiting on the French Left to Decolonize Itself
Houria Bouteldja and Françoise Vergès on the French Presidential Elections.
Claire Schwartz April 8, 2022
Illuminations
The Beloved Defiles the Hands
virgil b/g taylor’s Minor Publics, on display at Artists Space through April 23rd, 2022
Solomon Brager April 8, 2022
Conversation
The Limitations of the Scream
Filmmaker Nadav Lapid discusses the difficulty—and dangers—of attempting to cast off his Israeli identity.
Corey Atad April 6, 2022
Newsletter
“The Right of Return is Landback”
In a new report, the Indigenous group NDN Collective links Palestinian and Native American struggles against settler colonialism.
Isaac Scher April 5, 2022
Fiction
Baruch Hashem
I’m white trash. Jew trash. Immigrant trash. Girl-boy trash. I’m a Casanova without a cause.
Yelena Moskovich April 5, 2022
Report
What the Fossil Fuel Industry Learned from Anti-BDS Laws
Attacks on Israel’s critics have become the template for efforts to suppress climate activism, gun control advocacy, and other progressive movements.
Alex Kane April 4, 2022
Newsletter
On Ukraine, Israel’s Communists Choose Not to Choose
Some left-wing politicians are reluctant to condemn Russia’s invasion because of deep historic links between the Soviet Union and the Communist Party of Israel.
Joshua Leifer March 31, 2022
Newsletter
How the War in Ukraine Is Changing Israel’s Refugee Policies
Rules are changing in a hurry for non-Jewish Ukrainian refugees, but refugees from other regions haven’t yet benefited.
Alex Kane March 29, 2022
Dispatch
The Passion of 964 Park Place
A standoff between tenant organizers and yeshiva students over the fate of a Black family’s home summoned the specter of the Crown Heights riots, and provided an object lesson in housing activism at the end of the Covid eviction moratorium.
Ari M. Brostoff March 29, 2022
Editors' Note
We Need New Stories of Post-Soviet Jews
A letter from the issue committee
Julia Alekseyeva, Tova Benjamin, Oksana Mironova, and Sasha Senderovich March 28, 2022
Poetry
The Bone Museum
“I approached the bones— / the skeleton mounted / an echo of kinship”
Donika Kelly March 25, 2022
Newsletter
The Dangers of a “New Cold War” with Russia
A conversation with the historian and foreign policy expert Stephen Wertheim.
David Klion March 24, 2022
Newsletter
Facing Questions About Its Israel Trips, the Sierra Club Falters
Under pressure first from Palestinian and then from Israel advocates, the environmental group has struggled to navigate travel to the region.
Isaac Scher March 22, 2022
Analysis
The Wrong Way to Boycott
In contrast to ineffective—or even unethical—actions targeting Russian culture and individuals, the Palestinian BDS campaign is a model of how to use boycott and divestment efforts strategically.
Yousef Munayyer March 22, 2022
Essay
The Education of Desire
On putting the world back together
Dionne Brand March 21, 2022
Essay
The Matter of Who’s Who
On solving for race
Lauren Michele Jackson March 21, 2022
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