We are Jewish leaders who have a range of opinions, perspectives, and approaches to Israel-Palestine. We are deeply concerned by recent reports and outcries from certain corners of our community which suggest a direct confluence between the growing movement for Palestinian freedom and violent incidents against Jews in our cities.

We unequivocally condemn attacks on members of our Jewish community. Jewish people deserve to walk safely in the streets of our cities without fear of attack or harassment — just like anyone else. Blaming all Jewish people for the actions of the Israeli government is antisemitic. We are shocked and disgusted by individuals who would use this moment of heightened support for Palestinian rights to advance antisemitic hatred and violence.

We reject efforts to stoke fear and division. Supporters of the Israeli government — including some in the American Jewish establishment — are misrepresenting fringe and widely-condemned acts of individual antisemitism as characteristic of the broader Palestinian human rights movement. We refuse to allow the continued and inaccurate conflation of antisemitism with speech critical of Israel. The Israeli government must be held accountable for its continued violations of Palestinian human rights.

Palestinian liberation and dismantling antisemitism are intertwined. For decades, the organizations and activists leading the Palestinian freedom movement have been resoundingly clear that antisemitism has no place in the movement, which is guided by principles of human rights and antiracism. When fringe antisemitic events occur, they are swiftly and roundly condemned by movement leadership. The grassroots Palestinian freedom movement is concerned with the liberation of all people and dismantling all forms of oppression. Linking the movement at large to antisemitism is baseless and harmful. Especially in this moment, we must condemn this thinly veiled attempt to delegitimize Palestinian leadership and distract from Palestinians experiencing state violence by Israel.

We commit to standing up against anti-Palestinian racism, so often unreported and unacknowledged in our communities. We support our Palestinian siblings’ right to describe their lived experiences without being accused of antisemitism. Even if their terms make us uncomfortable or we disagree with their analysis, we refuse to be more outraged by the words Palestinians use than the actual violence they endure. Similarly, we refuse to allow progressive leaders of color who speak out in support of Palestinian rights to be smeared for their principled stand.

We will continue speaking out against the violence in Israel-Palestine. We have watched with horror as images from Jerusalem, Gaza, and Lod/Lydd filled our feeds. We are grieving the loss of at least 243 Palestinians in Gaza, including 66 children, and the loss of 13 Israelis. We reject attempts to distract from this violence or to suggest that it is necessary to keep us safe. We are inspired by the growing numbers of Jewish people speaking boldly against Israel’s continued oppression and dispossession of the Palestinian people and joining the movement for freedom and equality for all who call Israel-Palestine home.

We know safety comes through solidarity. Antisemitism — like anti-Asian, anti-Black, anti-Palestinian, and Islamophobic attacks and rhetoric — exists in every community, but it is fostered and exploited by rightwing movements in the US and around the world, which gain power by keeping us divided. The work of dismantling all oppression is OUR collective work. We will not be pitted against each other.

Together we can stop the machinery of division and fear used to keep us isolated and vulnerable. We won’t be distracted from our fight for freedom and safety for all people.

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Rabbi Leora Abelson, Nehar Shalom Community Synagogue

Kohenet Rae Abileah, Jewish clergy, human rights activist, former co-director of CodePink

Karen Ackerman, Board member, Jewish Voice for Peace Action

Sam Adler-Bell, Writer

Rabbi Adina Allen

Sarra Alpert, Educator

Amy Alpert, Human rights activist, Jewish Voice for Peace Health Advisory Council

Rabbi Alana Alpert, Congregation T’chiyah

Rabbi Doug Alpert, Congregation Kol Ami-KC

Rabbi Rebecca Alpert

George Altshuler, Rabbinical Student

Rabbi Camille Shira Angel, LGBTQIA+ activist and professor, University of San Francisco

Matan Arad-Neeman, Organizer

Phil Aroneanu, climate organizer, Dayenu

Kate Aronoff, Journalist

Rabbi Arik Ascherman, Executive Director of Israeli Human Rights NGO, Torat Tzedek-Torah of Jusice

Robert Auritt, Attorney and member of New Israel Fund International Council

AWKWORD, Artist, journalist and organizer

Doctor Zoya Ayesha

Elodie Azoulay, Artist

Molly Bajgot, Jewish Community Leader

Annie Baker, Playwright and Professor, UT Austin

Bruce Ballin

Benjamin Balthaser, Associate Professor of English, Indiana University South Bend

Ady Barkan, activist

Rabbi Benjamin Barnett, Havurah Shalom

Rabbi David Basior, Kadima Reconstructionist Community

April N. Baskin, Jewish Communal Leader, Joyous Justice

Morgan Bassichis, Artist

Rabbi David Dunn Bauer, Chaplain

Logan Bayroff, Vice President of Communications, J Street

Emily Becker, Jewish communal professional

Joel Beinin, Professor, emeritus, Stanford University

Yitshaq Ben Dorit, Activist

Benjamin Ben-Baruch, Jewish educator, Jewish Voice for Peace

Aimee Bender, Writer

Trude Bennett, Health activist, Jewish Voice for Peace

Phyllis Bennis, Policy Analyst, Institute for Policy Studies

Claire Bergen, Rabbinic student, International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism

Zackary Sholem Berger, Writer, physician-activist

Rabbi Allan Berkowitz

Rabbi Joseph Berman, New Synagogue Project

Nancy Bernstein, J Street Board Member

Rabbi Aryeh Bernstein, Torah Educator, Avodah

Julia Bickford, Climate activist, If Not Now, Sunrise Movement

Malkah Bird, Organizer, Jewish Voice for Peace-Indiana

Benay Blend, Professor, Southwest Coalition for Palestinian Rights

Nadine Bloch, Creative activist, BeautifulTrouble.org

Josh Bloom, Youth educator

David Bocarsly, Activist

David Boehnke, Teacher and organizer

Dr. Ashley Bohrer, Scholar-activist

Rabbi Elizabeth Bolton, Or Haneshamah

Heather Booth, Organizer

Rabbi Stephen Booth-Nadav, Wisdom House Denver

Eva Borgwardt, Organizer, IfNotNow

Emma Sofia Bornstein, Chaplain

Elianna Boswell, Activist-educator, Achvat Amim

Rabbi Anna Boswell-Levy, Congregational Rabbi, Congregation Kol Emet

Lexie Botzum, Activist

Daniel Boyarin, Professor of Talmudic Culture, University of California

David Bragin, Activist, designer, Jewish Voice for Peace

Gayle Brandeis, Writer

James M Branum, Attorney, Peace activist, Jewish humanist

Scout Bratt, Jewish Voice for Peace National Board Member

Professor Rachel Breen, Artist

Mick Brewer, Rabbinical student

Shifra Bronznick, Strategist and activist, Auburn

Sound Brown, Artist, activist, healing practitioner

Shoshana Brown, LMSW, Kohenet, Black Jewish Liberation Collective

Rabbi Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus, Professor of Religion, Wheaton College

Max Buchdahl, Rabbinical student, Jewish Theological Seminary

Ethan Buckner, Campaigner and musician

Josh Burg, Activist, IfNotNow

Rachel Burnett, Student

Judith Butler, Professor and author, UC Berkeley

Erica Calabrese, Human rights activist

Carly Calbreath, Activist/Artist, Kehilla Community Synagogue

Benjy Cannon, Former President, J Street U, New Synagogue Project

Sheila M Caudle, Human Rights Advocate

Michael Chabon, Writer

Margie Chalofsky, Activist

Kohenet Sarah Chandler, Activist, poet

Estee Chandler, Board Chair, Jewish Voice for Peace Action

Monica Cirigliano, Human rights activist, DiEM25

Stephen Clingman, Professor, University of Massachusetts

Darlene Coffman, activist, Northfielders for Justice in Palestine Israel

Dr. Emily Cohen, Physician

Riley Cohen, Writer and counseling student

Professor Sarah Combellick-Bidney, Augsburg University

Alon Confino, Pen Tishkach Chair of Holocaust Studies, Professor of History and Jewish Studies, UMass Amherst

Rabbi David J. Cooper, Kehilla Community Synagogue

Tom Corcoran, Digital Organizer, Bend the Arc

Molly Crabapple, artist and writer

Rabbi Meryl Crean, Jewish Voice for Peace

Justice Crudup, Activist, OC Justice Initiative

Elyse Crystall, Activist professor, Jewish Voice for Peace

Dr. Jordy Cummings, Adjunct Faculty, York University

Kohenet Zohar Lev Cunningham, Clergy, Kohenet Institute

Melissa Danz, Activist and MSW student, Social TV, New Profile

Selena Darlim, Writer and human/animal rights advocate

Nadav David, Organizer, Kavod

Aaron Davidman, Filmmaker, WRESTLING JERUSALEM

Caryn Davis, Educator

Rabbi Michael Davis

Dr. Linval DePass, Jewish Voice for Peace

Teyve Dermilcher

SusanC Dessel, Artist, Trustee, American Friends of Umm el-Fahem Museum of Contemporary Art

Emilia Diamant, Educator

Marci Díamond, Performing Artist, Educator, Activist

Professor Hasia Diner, NYU

Joe Dinkin, Working Families Party

Professor Michael Drexler

Sandi DuBowski, Filmmaker

Ruthie Dworin, Student, IfNotNow

Mx. Kyle Rocco East, Activist

Rabbi David Eber

Dr. Ana Gretel Echazú Böschemeier, Professor, Writer and Human Rights Activist, Federal University from Rio Grande do Norte — Brazil

Monnie Efross

Tori Egherman, Writer, Oy Vey Acts

Naftali Ehrenkranz, organizer, IfNotNow

Dr Akhtar Ehtisham

Sam Eilertsen, Filmmaker

Joni Eisenberg, Public health activist, Radio Host, WPFW Radio

Oriel Eisner, Co-Director, Center for Jewish Nonviolence

Jonathan Elbaz, Writer & Digital Organizer, Jewish Council on Urban Affairs

Hannah Ellenson

Paul B. Ellis, Organizer

Rabbi Dr. Barat Ellman

Sophie Ellman-Golan, Activist, Jews for Racial & Economic Justice

Maya Elson, Priestess

Kohenet Rebekah Erev, Jewish clergy, artist and activist, founder of Queer Mikveh Project, Queer Mikveh Project

Rabbi Dr. Andrew Vogel Ettin, Spiritual Leader, Temple Israel, Salisbury, NC & Wake Forest University

Niyati Leonie Evers, Process-oriented international therapist, facilitator and writer

Ma Lievnath Faber, Community organizer, Oy Vey Acts

Rabbi Jeffrey Falick, Congregation for Humanistic Judaism (Birmingham Temple)

Professor James C Faris, Insure Our Future

Erica Fein, Senior Washington Director, Win Without War

Rabbi Michael E. Feinberg, Greater New Yprk Labor-Religion Coalition

Ilene Feinman, Professor Emerita

Marjorie N. Feld, Professor of History, Babson College

Camonghne Felix, Writer

Professor Gordon Fellman, human rights activist, Brandeis University

Josie Felt, rabbinical student

Rabbi BRIAN FIELD, Judaism Your Way

Kohenet Keshira haLev Fife, Kesher Pittsburgh

Marjorie Fine, Philanthropic Consultant

Professor Janice Fine, Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations/Education and Employment Research Center

Eric Fink, Associate Professor, Elon University School of Law

Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone, Congregation Nevei Kodesh

Daniel Fischer, teacher, Food Not Bombs — South Bend

Rabbi Ari Lev Fornari

Stefanie Fox, Executive Director, Jewish Voice for Peace

Dr Elizabeth Freudenthal, Jewish feminist

Professor Leora Fridman, writer, Saint Lawrence University

Zev Friedlander, Emerging Kohenet

Lara Friedman

Heidi Friesen, a supporter of human rights for all

Michael Gast, donor organizer

Michelle Gawerc, Associate Professor of Sociology, Loyola University Maryland

Emmaia Gelman, Community activist & scholar

Anne Germanacos, artist/educator, Germanacos Foundation, Firehouse

Benjamin Gerstein

Gili Getz, Peace activist

Rachel Gilmer, Co-Executive Director, Dream Defenders

Dr. Rebecca Gitlin, Psychologist and Public Servant, Los Angeles County

Rachel Glicksman

Rabbi Shai Gluskin

Ariel Gold, organizer and activist, CODEPINK

Amos Goldberg, Professor of Holocaust history, The Hebrew University

Rabbi Borukh Goldberg

Didi Goldenhar, writer, activist

Alec Goldman, Writer, Activist

David Goldstein, Chant and Service Leader, Tikkun Chant Circle

Sharon Goldtzvik, Founder + CEO, Uprise, Uprise

Rachel Gottfried-Clancy, Executive Director, Jewish Youth for Community Action

Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, artist & activist, Backyard Miskhan

Rosie Gozali, JVP

Harlan Gradin, Independent Humanities Scholar

Jonathan Graubart, Professor, San Diego State University, Political Science

Dr. Tamu Green, Racial equity thought leader, Equity and Wellness Institute

Ginna Green, Strategist + Activist, Uprise

Rabbi Matt Green

Cynthia Greenberg, Activist, Jewish Voice for Peace — Former Board Member

Leah Greenberg, Activist, Indivisible

Becca Greenstein, activist

Jessica Greer Morris, Artist / Activist / Nonprofit Executive, JGM Consulting

Ora Grodsky, Organizational Development Consultant, Just Works Consulting

Sasha Grodsky

Barbara Gross, Board of Directors, Kolot Chayeinu

Rabbi Miriam Grossman, Kolot Chayeinu

Ellen Gurzinsky, Political activist

Jordan Daniel Haar, Social Worker & Public Health Professional

Noah Habeeb, Organizer

Kohenet Ketzirah HaMa’agelet Lesser, Devotaj Sacred Arts

Or Har-Gil, Art Therapist & Rising Kohenet

Laurika Harris-Kaye, Black American Jew

Janet Hassall

Alana Hassanein, Elementary School Teacher

Becky Havivi, Activist, IfNotNow

Rabbi Lindsey Healey-Pollack

Glenn Hendler, Professor of English and American Studies, Fordham University

Madelyne Heyman, Artist

Dr. Aaron Hill, Educator and Musician

Emily Hilton, Activist, Na’amod

Em Hirsch, tenant rights organizer, CASA, JFREJ

Rabbi Linda Holtzman, Tikkun Olam Chavurah

Rabbi Margaret Holub

Matthew Hom, immigration justice organizer

Lizzie Horne, Rabbinical student

Claudia Horwitz, facilitator / funder, Rise Up

Dr. Brooke Hotez, Organizer, Jewish Voice for Peace Tucson

Dr Ivan Huber, Prof Emeritus of Biology, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ., Madison, NJ

Stephanie Downs Hughes, PhD, Executive Director of Diversity Dinners International

Dr. Elizabeth Ingenthron, Independent Scholar and Non-profit administrator

Levi Ioffe, Human Rights Activist, ATL, Maki

Karen Isaacs, Educator-Activist, Co-Founder, Solidarity of Nations — Achvat Amim

Deb Jackel, Professor of Theater, Rutgers University — Mason Gross School of the Arts

Dr Andrea Jacobs, Jewish communal professional

Sarah Jacobus, human rights activist, Jewish Voice for Peace — Los Angeles

Lea Jean-Francois, .

Isaac Johnston, Activist, All That’s Left: Anti-Occupation Collective

Miranda Jones, Galanter & Jones

Lynne Joyrich, Professor, Modern Culture and Media Dept.

Gabriel Kahane, musician

Professor Jeffrey Kahane, Musician, Professor

Dr. Sima Kahn, Kadima

Rabbi Andrue Kahn

Rabbi Rachel Kahn-Troster, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

Daniel Kaplan, Human rights activist

Jonah Karsh, Vice President-Elect to the Capital-South region, J Street U

Nelson Kasfir, Professor Emeritus, Dartmouth College

Rabbi Nancy Kasten, Multi-faith organizer, Faith Commons

Isaac Kates Rose, Activist, All That’s Left: Anti-Occupation Collective

Deborah Katz, Activist

Kohenet Orev Katz, Chaplain

Rachel Katz, psychotherapist

Professor Daniel Katz, teacher and scholar, University of Warwick

Annie Kaufman, Board Member — Jewish Voice for Peace, Fellow — Svara Teachers Kollel

Eliana Kayelle, Rabbinical student, educator, activist, Pluralistic Rabbinical Seminary

Hila Kelly, MLIS, temple coordinator

Dove Kent

Karen Kerschen, writer, Taos Jewish Center

Benjamin Kersten, Graduate Student, Jewish Voice for Peace at UCLA, Jewish Voice for Peace-Los Angeles

Kohenet Elsa Khalfin

Rachel Kipnes, Rabbinical Student, Jewish Voice for Peace

Abby Kirschbaum, Educator, J Street

Elizabeth Kirshner, American and Israeli citizen

Eliza Klein, organizer, Jewish Voice for Peace

Lonnie Kleinman, Rabbinical student

Rabbi Debra Kolodny, As the Spirit Moves Us

Adina Konikoff, Organizer and lay-leader

Keren Korman Cabral, activist, YYYY

Josh Kornbluth, Monologuist

Emma Kossoy, activist

Jacob Kraus-Preminger, Community Organizer

Alana Krivo-Kaufman, Rabbinical student, Reconstrutionist Rabbinical College

Oren Kroll-Zeldin, Scholar, University of San Francisco

Jarrah Kron, Neuroscience Researcher & מדריך, Hashomer Hatzair

Gabrielle Kuhn, .

Rabbi Elliot Kukla, chaplain, writer, activist

Kohenet Nomy Lamm, Artist and Organizer

Jeff Land, Organizer, Carolina Jews for Justice

Dr. Carmen Landau, Physician

Kohenet Yedida Landis, Mother and Devoted Gardener

Dr. Ana Lara, Writer, Professor

Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie, Spiritual Leader, Labshul

Jillian Lauren, journalist

Elie Lauter

Rabbi David Lazar, Congregational rabbi, Or Hamidbar

Dr. Audra Lehman

Riva Lehrer, artist

Rachel Leider, Organizer, IfNotNow

Charles Lenchner, Former refusenik (1988)

Tracy Lerman, Activist, NESAWG

Jacob Lerner, Organizer

Zachary Lerner, Organizing Director, New York Communities for Change

Ezra Levin, activist, Indivisible

Andrew Levin, Musician, Ubisoft

Heidi Levin, Tzedek Chicago

Mark LeVine, Professor of History, UCI

Josh Levinger, Founder, OpenSourceActivism.tech

VT Laurie Levinger, yes

Dr. Aurora Levins Morales, Rimonim Liturgy Project

Eric Levitz, Writer, New York Magazine

Geoffrey Lewis, Peace and Human Rights activist

Matt Lieb, Comedian

Yonah Lieberman, Communications Director, IfNotNow

Ruth Lieberman

Rabbi Mordechai Liebling

Liz Liebman, Liz Liebman

Jesse Limon, Organizer/Comrade

Rabbi Ellen Lippmann

Julie Litwin, immigration justice activist

Rachel Lock, Student

Barbara Loebel

Annie-Rose London, Jewish professional and organizational consultant, Jewish Social Justice Roundtable

Ben Lorber, Researcher & Strategist

Amadi Lovelace, Writer and activist, Black Jewish Liberation Collective

Becca Lubow, community organizer

Carinne Luck, Organizer, IfNotNow

Fa LujanWaisberg, Professional

Michael David Lukas, Writer

Isaac Luria, Activist, Nathan Cummings Foundation

Andy Mager, Coordinator, Syracuse Cultural Workers

David Mandel, Human rights attorney, Jewish Voice for Peace; California Democratic Party Central Committee; Democratic Socialists of America

Chelsea Mandell, Rabbinic student, AJRCA

Dana Mandler, Activist and educator, Achvat Amim

Adam Mansbach, writer

Anna Maranta, Human rights activist

Rabbi Paula Marcus

Molly Mardit, Community member

Dr. Jessica Marglin, Associate Professor of Religion, University of Southern California

Rising Kohenet Elana June Margolis, teacher, artist, priestess

Jo Margolis, visual artist

Joani Marinoff, Teacher, City College San Francisco

Yotam Marom, Organizer and facilitator

Elaina Marshalek, teacher, organizer

Deborah Mayaan, Health coach

Rachel McCullough, Political Director, Jews for Racial & Economic Justice

David Mednicoff, Associate Professor of Middle Eastern Studies and Public Policy; Chair, Department of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Micol Meghnagi, Human Rights Activist

Miriam Messinger, Anti-racism consultant

Dr. Alan Meyers, Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine

Stephen Miles, Executive Director, Win Without War

Rachel Milford, artist & educator, Taproot

Rabbi Jeremy Milgrom, Human rights activist, Rabbis for Human Rights

Beth Miller

Sarah Anne Minkin, PhD, Foundation for Middle East Peace

Rabbi David Mivasair, Ahavat Olam Synagogue

Chava Monastersky, social justice activist

Mik Moore

Sue and John Morris, Jew

Rabbi Adam Morris, Temple Micah

Nina Morris-Evans, Teacher

Seth Morrison, Palestinian Rights Activist, Jewish Voice for Peace

Dani Moscovitch, Organizer, IfNotNow

Kohenet Sarah Tziporah Moser, Rabbinical student, AJRCA

Arié Moyal, human rights activist

Lauren Muscoplat, Community Organizer/Educator

Jonathan Myers, Retired teacher/secular Jew

Amanda N, educator

Max Naumann, Founder, League of National German Jews

Professor Susan Neiman, philosopher, Director of the Einstein Forum, Einstein Forum, Potsdam, Germany

Josh Nelson, rabbinical student, the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College

Dr. Sheryl Nestel, Independent Jewish Voices Canada

Dr. Naomi Nim, social justice activist, Jewish Peace Lobby

Rabbi Dev Noily, Kehilla Community Synagogue

Melissa Nussbaum Freeman, Artist/Organizer, Jewish Voice for Peace

Sarah Rose O’Connor, organizer, IfNotNow

Tema Okun, Educator and artist, Teach. Equity. Now.

Elly Oltersdorf, Activist, New Israel Fund

Selly Oostveen

Jeff Ordower, Organizer, Jewish Voice for Peace

Naomi Orensten

Larry Ottinger, social justice lawyer and funder

Jeremy Oziel, Organizer, Bend the Arc

Max Parish, Organizer

Mx. Nathan Tamar Pautz, Human rights activist

Rabbi Salem Pearce, Carolina Jews for Justice

Kathleen Peratis, lawyer, co-Chair, Jewish Currents

Francine Perlman, artist

john perry

Professor Rosalind Petchesky, Scholar and feminist Palestine solidarity activist, Jewish Voice for Peace

Melissa Pinsly, Filmmaker

Keren Pinto, Jewish spiritual leader

Rabbi Lucía Pizarro, Jewish Liberation Theology Institute

Mitchell Plitnick, Co-Author of Except for Palestine, ReThinking Foreign Policy

Kathryn Potere, Aviation Professional/Peace Activist

Dr Daniel Price, Professor, Westfield State University

Dorit Price-Levine, Mediator & Facilitator

Heidi Rabben, Curator

Dr. Peter Rachleff, Professor Emeritus, East Side Freedom Library

Dania Rajendra, activist

Keren Ram, Israeli American Jewish farmer

Rabbi Michael Ramberg

Deb Reich, Author, No More Enemies

Ariana Reines, Poet

Dr. Deitra Reiser, Transform for Equity

Sandee Resnick, Human rights activist

Dr. Carole Resnick, Psychologist and human rights activist, JewishVoice for Peace

Rabbi Max Zev Reynolds

Whitney Richardson, Human Rights Researcher

Erica Riddick, Jews of Color Sanctuary

Rabbi Moti Rieber

Lisa Rofel, Professor, Board Member, Jewish Voice for Peace

Kimberly Rogovin

Kimberly Rogovin

Shay Roman, Artist & Activist, IfNotNow

Lissy Romanow, organizer, Momentum

Jenna Rose, Psychotherapist and Kohenet student

Maya Rosen, activist

Rabbi Brant Rosen, Tzedek Chicago

Jason Rosenberg, Organizer, ACT UP NY

Rabbi Jessica Rosenberg, Jewish Voice for Peace

April Rosenblum, writer

Larceny Rosenburg

Deborah Rosenstein, Educator, 350.org & PWU

Judith Rosenthal, human rights activist

Jonathan Rosenthal, social justice activist, Just Works Consulting

Dr. Penny Rosenwasser, Jewish Voice for Peace, Kehilla Synagogue

Shlomo Roth, Activist

David Roth, attorney

Daniel Roth, Educator-Activist, Co-Founder, Solidarity of Nations — Achvat Amim

Dr Alice Rothchild, MD, physician, author, filmmaker, human rights activist

Moriel Rothman-Zecher, Novelist

Jimmy Rothschild, activist

Caroline Rothstein, writer, performer, & educator

Anya Rous, Documentary Producer

Alyssa Rubin, Campaign director, Never Again Action

Kohenet SandraLaya Ruch

Rabbi Laura Rumpf, Peninsula Temple Beth El

Shira Rutman, community member

Shannon Salisbury, Teacher

Emma Saltzberg, co-founder, IfNotNow

Larry Saltzman, human rights activist, self

Emily Saltzman, MSW, LGSW, Social Worker and Educator

Kohenet Professor Mei Mei Miriyam Sanford

Jay Saper, artist, translator, organizer, Jewish Voice for Peace

Professor Mara Sapon-Shevin, Social justice activist, Syracuse university

Audrey Sasson, Executive Director, Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ)

Lynna Schaefer

James Schamus, Filmmaker and professor, Columbia University

Rebekkah Scharf

Deena Scherer

Ian Schiffer, Organizer

Shai Schnall, youth educator

Marco Schneebalg, Na’amod

Noah Schoen, Oral historian, organizer

Brandon Schorsch, Anti-hate Organizer

Susan Schulman, Human Rights Activist, Kehilla Community Synagogue

Hannah Schulman, student

Aliza Schwartz, Rabbinical student

Emma Seligman, Artist, Jewish Voice for Peace

Dr. Shelleu Sella, Doctor

Rabbi Gerald Serotta

Abbie Shain MSW LGSW, Jewish facilitator, therapist, activist, Aviva Therapy & Healing

Cindy Shamban, Activist, Jewish Voice fir Peace — Bay Area

Lisa Shantz, Artist

Kate Shapiro, Organizer, Women’s March

Naomi Sharlin, Educator

Student Rabbi Jenna Shaw, Student Rabbi

Wallace Shawn, writer and actor

Anat Shenker-Osorio, Researcher and Political Advisor, ASO Communications

Rav Kohenet Taya Mâ Shere, Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute

Ilya Sheyman

Pamela Shifman, Social Justice activist, Feminist Imaginations

Rafael Shimunov, Activist

Lincoln Shlensky, Associate Professor, Department of English, Univeristy of Victoria

Aaron Shneyer, Musician

Shari Silberstein, Social justice advocate

Johanna Silver, Author

Michael Silverstein, Attorney, educator

Yoshi Silverstein, Jewish Educator and Community Builder, Mitsui Collective

Kohenet Kathryn Silverstein

Rabbi Becky Silverstein

Andrew Slack, Co-founder of the Harry Potter Alliance

Yoni Slater, organizer, J Street U (National Board President 2020–21)

Dr. David Slavin, prof. activist

Marilyn Sneiderman, Activist

Jack Snyder, Teacher

Sabrina Sojourner, Jewish Spiritual Leader, Co-founder Khazbar

Laynie Soloman, Jewish Educator

Louisa Rachel Solomon, rabbinical student, musician, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, The Shondes

Daniel Spector, P.G.

Susan Spector McPherson, Founder and CEO, McPherson Strategies

Quinn Spence, Artist, activist, educator

Rabbi Toba Spitzer

Jeff Spitzer-Resnick, Civil Rights Attorney, Past-President Congregation Shaarei Shamayim

Adam St. Bernard Jacobs, Educator/parent

Rabbi Dr. David Stein, Freelance Editor

Rabbi Abby Stein, Sacred Space

Catie Stewart, Political communications

Sarah Stone, educator

Rabbi Ariel Stone, Rabbi and activist, Congregation Shir Tikvah

Matt Stromberg, Journalist

Rachael Stryer, Law student

Debrra Stuckgold, artist and teacher, Jewish Voice for Peace

Robert Suberi, Human rights activist, CJNV, VFP

Meg Sullivan, Community Builder

Rachel Sumekh, anti-hunger activist

Ilana Sumka, writer, Shleimut

Hadar Susskind, Peace activist

Sam Sussman, Activist, Extend

Mary Syrett, retired teacher

Jimmy Taber, Jewish professional

Laura Tanenbaum, Professor, City University of New York

Enzi Tanner, LSW

Faras Tariq, Human rights

Phyllis Teicher Goldman, social justice activist

Gabe Tobias, Our City

Simha Toledano, healer, priestess, artist

Ben Toth

Barry Trachtenberg, Rubin Presidential Chair of Jewish History, Wake Forest University

Beyhan Trock, Architect, TrockWorks Architects

Sarah Turbow, Organizer

Lisa Suzanne Turner

Sam Tygiel, Musician, Rabbinical Student, Hebrew College

David Ulin, writer/editor

Katie Unger, Activist, The Jewish Vote

Eli Valley, Artist

Rebecca Vilkomerson, Former Executive Director, Jewish Voice for Peace

Rabbi Burt Visotzky, Professor

Shoshana L Vogel, artist, educator and activist, Black Jewish Liberation Collective

Ayelet Waldman, author

Rainer Waldman Adkins, Artist, Educator, Activist, Board member, Kadima Reconstructionist Community

Rabbi Brian Walt

Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Director, The Shalom Center

Michaela Watkins

Colin Watson

Rabbi Dr. Julia Watts Belser, Associate Professor, Georgetown University

Kyla Wazana Tompkins, Associate Professor, Pomona College

Rabbinic Pastor Ellen Weaver, human rights activist, Weaving Wholeness

Evan Weber, Co-founder, Sunrise Movement

Nancy Wechsler, activist, Jewish Voice for Peace and OR Cambridge, MA

Mr. Jerry Wechsler, Retired

Rabbi Elyse Wechterman, Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association

Richard Weiner, Transit Planner

Lisa Weiner-Mahfuz, Human rights activist

Harrison Weinfeld, Anti-racist Organizer

Rabbi Alex Weissman

Julie Weitz, Artist, Educator and Activist

Liana Wertman, Educator

Natasha Westheimer, Human Rights Activist

Judi Williams, Educator, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice

Lesley Williams, Jewish and African American community acitivist, Jewish Voice for Peace and International Jewish Collective for Justice in Palestine

Dylan Williams, SVP for Policy & Strategy, J Street

Dr. Harriette Wimms, Licensed Psychologist

Susan Windle, Author, Mishkan Shalom Synagogue

Dr. Carol Winograd, J Street

Rabbi Alissa Wise

Helen Wolf, Textile artist, Black Cat Judaica

Rabbi Michal Woll, Congregation Shir Hadash — MKE

Kohenet Judith Maeryam Wouk, Neviah Metophephet/ Oracle of Rhythms

Ami Yares, Peacebuilder & musician, ED at Buildabridge International

May Ye, Rabbinical student

Ethan Young, moderator, Portside.org

Shahar Zaken, Student and activist

Dorothy M. Zellner, human rights activist, Jews Say No!

Rabbi Shawn Zevit, Mishkan Shalom

Jelle Simcha Zijlstra, Activist, Oy Vey Acts

Jake Zilberman, Activist

Simone Zimmerman, Director, B’Tselem USA & IfNotNow co-founder

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