Thinking about joining JVP-NYC? Join us for a new member orientation over drinks to get to know one another, learn about our political work, and talk with us about how to plug in with your skills and interests. Whatever your background, we'd love to have you! RSVP here.
Come hear Jeff Halper speak about that the matrix of control which Israel has laid over the occupied territory has effectively eliminated the two-state solution.
Join Jewish Voice for Peace-NYC, allies, and friends on Saturday, January 19 for the third annual Women's Unity Rally!
EVENT: The Authoritarian Tide and the Occupation
WHEN: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 from 7-9 PM
WHERE: NYU Kimmel Center 60 Washington Square South NY NY
Benjamin Netanyahu is strengthening his alliances with Viktor Orban, Rodrigo Duterte, Jair Bolsonar, and, of course, Donald Trump. Can cross-border alliances counter the winds of authoritarianism? How can independent media harness the opportunities presented by an upended status quo to create change on the ground? And what can American activists do about it all?
Democratic institutions in Israel have always faced strains. Today, however, they are imperiled.
Dissent is policed through blacklists, travel bans, and government campaigns against human rights groups. Protests against the occupation are increasingly coming under oppression, especially when the protesters are Palestinian. The country’s once-lively media is becoming susceptible to the pressures of its main antagonist, Benjamin Netanyahu. The recent Nation-State Law formalizes Jewish supremacy.
HENRIETTE CHACAR is an editor at +972 Magazine focusing on Arab-Palestinian news. She’s a Palestinian citizen of Israel from Jaffa. Henriette is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School, and has worked for the Mount Desert Islander, PBS Frontline, and The Intercept.
HAGGAI MATAR is the Executive Director of +972 Magazine. Haggai is an award-winning journalist and political activist. Before his current position he had written for Ha'aretz, The Forward and other outlets. Haggai is also a board member of the Journalists' Union in Israel, and was head of the Ma'ariv Journalists' Committee.
+972 Magazine is an independent Israeli and Palestinian media outlet, committed to human rights, democracy, social justice and ending the Israeli occupation.
JVP-NYC and JVP National are in a process to align our work as an organization more explicitly with anti-racist values, principles and politics. What does aligning with anti-racist principles mean for JVP?
After 30 years of participating in the women’s peace movements, Hannah Safran will share her experiences and reflect on the current situation in Palestine/Israel.
Starting on October 3rd, 40 cyclists from all over the world will come together for four days to cycle 400km from Boston to NYC in an effort to raise awareness and funds to support Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP). Support the cause by joining us at the finish Line!
Come to this discussion of the Palestinian Right of Return with Jamil Dakwar, Bina Ahmad and Donna Nevel
Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz was a remarkable woman whose contributions have shaped our movements. Join us in honoring her memory.
Join us for a screening of Naila and the Uprising, a Just Vision Film followed by a discussion with filmmaker, Julia Bacha and moderated by Rashid Khalidi
Join JVP-NYC at the March to Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice as we demand a transition to 100% renewable energy now and halt all fossil fuel infrastructure!
Join us for Kabbalat Shabbat and a potluck. It will be a mindful, soulful, and songful evening of prayer, food, and community!
Join us for an intimate discussion between two groups on the frontlines of fighting incarceration and supporting prisoners.
Join JVP-NYC chapter members for a living room conversation with UK-based activist, writer, and play-write Jackie Walker.
Join us to honor Professor Rabab Ibrahim Abdulhadi and hear her speak about her legal case* at San Francisco State University!
EVENT: From theWest Bank to Gaza: Activism, Solidarity, and Prospects for the Future With Mazin Qumsiyeh
Join us for an evening with Professor Mazin Qumsiyeh — a Palestinian professor, author and activist — as he discusses the goals and challenges that people and organizations in the West Bank face in today’s political situation.
Join us for a wine and cheese gathering & fundraiser to learn about the work of Communities United for Police Reform (CPR), a city-wide coalition that had led the fight to list the power of the police.
Join the New York City Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival as we celebrate our collective resistance to militarism and beautiful unity in struggle at Astoria Presbyterian Church from 6:00-8:30PM.
Join us for a hard-hitting line-up of DJ’s, VJ’s, organizers, and party people putting solidarity with Palestine into practice!