Friday Bulletin

Street art in Frankfurt, Germany "Fortress Europe kills"

Borders

People move. The human experience has included migration along every step of the way, and the nation state will not eliminate movement. So it’s about time we start to work with movement instead of continuously trying to stifle it. 

Global struggles for justice

This week, the United States recognized Juneteenth, the anniversary of an announcement made in Galveston, Texas in 1865 that all enslaved peoples were free according

“If they cannot love and resist at the same time, they probably will not survive.”

Love and resistance

The past eight months have broken us, but I know we are still here because of the radical love that holds us together.

Collective freedom

Embodying the collective freedom as we liberate Palestine and as Palestine liberates us, meaning a fuller Jewish experience and a fuller humanity.

We make it make sense

In the midst of chaos, horror, and the most frustrating of blatant lies and smokescreens, our relationships with one another validate our reality, solidify our commitments, and give us strength to continue the brace act of truth-telling.

Mothers who resist

Sunday is Mother’s Day in many places around the world. May we all live into the spirit of mothering, embodying the strength of these mothers and committing to nurture the next generation into a world of justice, kindness, and peace.

Columbia University pro-Palestine protest

“The power of our love scares them.”

It is with radical love that student protesters are calling for the divestment of universities from companies connected to Israel’s war machine and a halt

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