Confronting Zionism: A Collection of Personal Stories

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Confronting Zionism: A Collection of Personal Stories

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Confronting Zionism: a Collection of Personal Stories embodies a year-long project by members of the New York City chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace. The booklet grew out of a three-part discussion series about Zionism, anti-Semitism, and our own histories of coming to embrace justice for Palestine and questioning mainstream Zionism. It contains thirteen testimonies by JVP members from the New York City area—of diverse ages, backgrounds (Ashkenazi, Mizrahi, Sephardic, Israeli, Palestinian) and genders; a discussion of the project’s rationale in the booklet’s introduction; and an annotated bibliography and set of discussion questions. The JVP-NYC team that created the booklet is also in the process of producing a short video and theater piece based on the testimonies as well as an Arabic translation of the written text.

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