Authors / Dorothy M. Zellner
Dorothy M. Zellner is a longtime social justice activist who worked for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the Southern Conference Educational Fund in the early 1960s, and at the Center for Constitutional Rights and CUNY School of Law. She has also contributed several articles to Jewish Currents. She is one of six editors of the prize-winning book, Hands on the Freedom Plow: Personal Accounts by Women in SNCC.
What We Did: How the Jewish Communist Left Failed the Palestinian Cause
A reckoning with the events of 1948, when the American Jewish Communist left—and the magazine that later became Jewish Currents—abandoned the idea of a single state in Palestine with equal rights for all.Dorothy M. Zellner May 12, 2021
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If It’s Not Genocide, What Word Should We Use?Dorothy M. Zellner June 30, 2017