Hadassah Lieberman, wife of former U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman, discusses her memoir Hadassah: An American Story, about her immigrant experience in America and what her Holocaust survivor parents went through before they left Europe with her in 1948. A program of the American Friends of Bar-Ilan University with Miriam Wallach.
The ADL looks at combating AAPI hate, with panelists U.S. Reps Ted Lieu, Judy Chu and Grace Meng, and an address from Times Up CEO Tina Tchen who says today is a critical, transformational moment to confront and combat all racism and hate.
On “Top Story,” JNS Editor-In-Chief Jonathan Tobin explores reasons for protests against Israel involving a controversial court case and the status of Jerusalem, as well as the false narrative about the Jewish state oppressing Palestinians.
In this premiere episode of Global Perspectives, Ellie Cohanim speaks with Ron Dermer, the former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. under Obama and Trump who was part of the signing of the Abraham Accords and the move of the US embassy to Jerusalem.
Ice cream maker, Ben & Jerry’s, announced a boycott on sales in Judea & Samaria. Shahar Azani visits the Israeli factory in Southern Israel & speaks with the CEO, Avi Zinger, on his fighting the boycott & the cost of losing the franchise in 2022.
Ellie Cohanim speaks with Amit Deri and Majid Al Sarrah, co-founders of Sharaka, The Gulf-Israel Center for Social Entrepreneurship built to strengthen the new era of cooperation between Israel and the UAE.
Eric Goldman sits with director Jonathan Gruber about “Upheaval,” his new documentary detailing the life of the iconic former Prime Minister of Israel Menachem Begin.
Does Netanyahu have a third act still to come? Will he parlay his position as opposition leader into yet another term? The future of Israel’s former PM is discussed by Haaretz journalist Amir Tibon with the MirYam Institute’s Benjamin Anthony.
In a program of the ADL, panelists discuss the proliferation of online antisemitism and explore strategies for college and high school students to address and respond to harmful content.
William Daroff, CEO of the Conference of Presidents, discusses the ice cream giant’s discriminatory decision to stop selling in, what it calls, the “Occupied Palestinian Territory.” With Teisha Bader.