Join Benaroya Fellow Smadar Ben-Natan as she analyzes Israeli protests and their relations to Covid emergency management, civil rights, and political divides in Israeli society.
The United States should embrace its legacy of compassion towards immigrants and refugees, not its history of xenophobia
Americans should remember their history as immigrants and refugees, says Prof. Kathie Friedman-Kasaba, and how xenophobic restrictions have targeted many groups in the past.
Graduate Fellow Vivian Mills shows how all-too-familiar patterns of discrimination and exclusion affected Sephardic Jews in the Middle Ages.
The upcoming Passover holiday compels us to consider how to eradicate the equivalent of modern-day slavery right here in Seattle.
The fourth and final conversation in the 2012 Judaism and Social Justice series focused on the question of ending poverty in Seattle.
Clips from a lively chat about politics and religion with Simon Greer and Professor David Domke.
Food is deeply ingrained in Jewish culture because it reminds us of our own survival. Hannah Pressman asks whether our love of bagels can lead to positive change in the world.
Ruth Messinger and Dan Chirot explore the opportunities and challenges of foreign aid to Africa.