Video | Palestine | Gaza | YES! Presents: Rising Up with Sonali | ceasefire | Jewish Voice for Peace | Shabbat | Judaism
As Israel's genocide in Gaza rages on, U.S. Jewish college students say their faith inspires them to pray for a cease-fire, and an end to apartheid.
Israel continues to paint itself as a pro-LGBTQ haven in the Middle East, using this alleged tolerance as justification for its genocide in Gaza. Queer activists around the world are pushing back.
Video | Palestine | Gaza | Holocaust | YES! Presents: Rising Up with Sonali | International Holocaust Remembrance Day | Shane Burley
Author Shane Burley examines how Israel is attempting to employ the same justification in Gaza that Nazis used against Jews.
Voices are echoing worldwide as tens of thousands of people take to the streets to demand an immediate cease-fire and an end to Israel’s war on Gaza.
Being a Palestinian journalist has never been easy, but Israel’s escalation of violence against members of the press in Gaza is unprecedented, say press freedom advocates. Can global solidarity help stop the bloodshed?
Video | protest | Jewish Voice for Peace | Penny Rosenwasser | Gaza | YES! Presents: Rising Up with Sonali
Thousands of Jewish Americans have been arrested while protesting Israel’s assault on Gaza. Penny Rosenwasser, a leading activist based in the Bay Area, explains why.
Video | Laila Elhaddad | Joe Biden | Palestine | Gaza | YES! Presents: Rising Up with Sonali | Center for Constitutional Rights
Award-winning Palestinian American author Laila Elhaddad is one of the lead plaintiffs suing the Biden administration over its funding of Israel’s unfolding genocide in Gaza.
Opinion | Doctors | Health Care | Palestine | Gaza | Genocide | Journal of the American Medical Association | JAMA
In this op-ed—which the Journal of the American Medical Association rejected—three doctors say the medical establishment should be morally unambiguous on bombing hospitals.
Coast Salish water warriors in canoes delayed a U.S. military ship believed to be carrying weapons from the Port of Tacoma to Israel.