You may not know this, but there are hundreds of Jewish organizations that are giving away enough Shabbat chickens to choke an army in the hopes of appealing to you. Why? Because the number of Jewish people is shrinking, and those organizations know that what today’s Jews want might not be the same as the generations before them. A quick Google search will give you lists of Jewish camps, Shabbat dinners, trips to Israel, trips to Poland, trips to the Bahamas… (just kidding, we couldn’t find any of those), free children’s books, Shabbats on a beach, Shabbats in a loft, Shabbats online, Sha-barbeques, Rosh Hashanah alternative get- togethers, Hanukkah parties (latke and vodka, anyone?), teen tours, sports programs, etc. etc. etc. Not to mention some really cool synagogues and JCC programs. It can be overwhelming. That’s why we created the J-ellow Pages (Like a phonebook for Jews). The list includes many of the programs that are out there, and if we have one, our opinion. We also try to tell you where programs fall on the Jewish spectrum, like if something is going to be very Jewy with lots of Hebrew, we’ll let you know in advance. Not that it’s necessarily bad, but it’s nice to be warned, amiright?

Are you an organization not represented in the J-ellow pages and you want to change that? Get in touch with us here to request to be added!

Need a full-time temple for your half-Jewish kids?

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BBYO

If you’re looking to keep your teenager busy for a while, and also strengthen their connection to Judaism, look no further than BBYO! They’re an inclusive organization that offers events, summer camps, and even international travel when it’s safe to do so again. Your teen will get a chance to build friendships and connections that could last a lifetime, and is a great opportunity for them to learn about being Jewish outside of the usual Hebrew School format.

Yeah, we thought it said BYOB too...

Foundation for Jewish Camp

Summer camp is a lot more than color wars and tie-dye shirts, but it still is a pretty common rite of passage for Jewish kids. It’s easy to find Jewish adults who will tell you that their best Jewish experience ever was at summer camp. The thing is, unless you are one of those families whose family has been going to Camp Ramah (or wherever) for generations, it is easy to get overwhelmed by the choices. That is where the Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC) can help. Their Campfinder has more than 150 Jewish camps (these are Jewish camps promoting Jewish values…not just camps full of Jewish kids) listed.

Jewish Camp! It's more than just camps with Jews.

Lost Tribe Esports

Lost Tribe Lost Tribe strengthens the Jewish identity of teens and young adults by building friendships, increasing engagement, and encouraging participation in Jewish life. A global, year-round engagement initiative, Lost Tribe connects the next generation through new media and the community of gaming. They partner with over 150 Jewish organizations to bring people together on an international level, providing tournaments, community game nights, and livestreams with a wide library of games.

Connecting with a digital generation in the digital age, Lost Tribe esports is building the frontier of Jewish community.

Young Judea

If you’re looking to help your child love Israel, you should check out Young Judea. They offer fun summer camps, community volunteering efforts, and even a gap year your kid can take before starting college. They also are partnered with RootOne (see above!) to help defray the costs, because money shouldn’t get in the way of shaping a proud Jewish adult!

Moving Traditions

 A wonderful group that helps pre-teens and teenagers navigate what it means to be Jewish through a gender lens, which is another way of saying this is a pretty progressive group. Hey, what else would you expect from Manhattan’s Upper West Side? Moving Traditions offers programming for boys, girls, transgender children, and the whole spectrum of gender identity and how to connect the issues facing them with Jewish values. Want to be a leader or educator for Moving Traditions? They offer lots of training so you can help, too!

Because the world is a lot more complicated than when there was just Barbie and Ken.

PJ Library

Why PJ Library? Because it’s a library you can get to in your pajamas! PJ Library is an incredible and free service that will send you books each month that you can read with your child. They curate an amazing collection of Jewish stories, focusing on all sorts of topics and Jewish values. Just tell them what you’re interested in, and they’ll send the best books right to your door! I know, it really seems like there should be a catch, but there isn’t.

There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but we'll be damned! There are indeed free books!

NFTY

NFTY, the Reform Jewish Youth Movement, harnesses the unstoppable force of teen power to build strong, welcoming, and inspired communities. Through their teen-powered weekends and engaging social justice venturest, NFTY offers thousands of young people the opportunity to explore and live Reform Judaism. They are deeply committed to pursuing Tikkun Olam, personal growth, youth empowerment, and fostering deep connections, all rooted in the rich traditions of reform Judaism.

ADAMAH

At Adamah, a vibrant Jewish life is nurtured in profound connection with the Earth, serving as a catalyst for both cultural and systemic change through Jewish Environmental Education, Immersive Retreats, and Climate Action. The immersive retreats offered by Adamah provide an opportunity to revisit our ancestral roots and inspire transformative breakthroughs. At the core of it all lies the ancient Jewish belief that humanity and the planet are intricately intertwined as one, symbolized by the bond between “adam” (that’s us!) and “adamah” (that’s our Earth).

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Chabad

Have you ever had a guy in a black hat, black suit, white shirt, and probably a beard, walk up to you and ask, “Are you Jewish?” Then you’ve met someone in Chabad! A public menorah lighting? Mitzvah mobile? Again, Chabad! They are an observant group (they spell God as G-d) that focuses on community outreach, and they offer a lot of classes and other resources. They have a large college campus presence, too. Sometimes Chabad gets a bad rap because it is a very observant group and that can be a turn off. But we have yet to meet a crabby Chabad representative and that is saying something! People who are deep into Chabad have seen the light. We don’t really get it, but it is interesting. You can just go for a chicken dinner and call it a day if you want. But we are warning you, they are super observant, so if you go to them with questions get ready for some super serious answers.

Yeah, yeah, everybody's got an opinion about Chabad. But honestly, have you ever met a crabby Chabad devotee? Me neither.

Zionists on Campus

Zionists on Campus is a project of Zachor Legal Institute, helping Jewish and Israel-supporting students on U.S. college campuses combat BDS, antisemitism, and anti-Israel activity.

After speaking with students and student organizations at universities throughout the country, it is clear that there is a hostile atmosphere on many campuses for Zionist students. This results in Jewish students being targeted, with university administrations oftentimes doing little to help these students.

Zionists on Campus conducts projects on college campuses to ensure that Jewish and Israel-supporting students have all of the freedoms they are entitled to.

Hillel

Looking for some signs of Jewish life on your college campus? Go check out what your Hillel is up to. They are one of the central places for Jewish community in college. They’re a national network of local chapters, so every Hillel is a little different. They are in 550 colleges and universities in North America, and 56 international locations! For the most part, Hillels have speakers and events and make up very nice communities. On many campuses, the Hillels are known for food that is better than the dining hall. Especially Shabbat dinner. Even if you’re not in college yet, they have helpful guides on getting scholarships and the top schools for Jews. Hillels are often the first line of defense for Jewish kids on campus when ugly antisemitism rears its head on campus. 

It's a Hillel of a lot of fun!

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Olami

Olami describes itself as a modern Jewish tribe. They bring the wisdom and traditions that our families shared for generations into the present in a way that makes sense. Explore the idea of what it means to be part of a community that cares about making the world better. This is what Olami sees as the Jewish way. Not just to go through life but to grow through life as a global community in pursuit of a good life, and a better world. The Olami community is made up of college students and young professionals in 28 countries, with close to 300 chapters, and like each of us, it’s growing daily. Visit Olami.org.

 

Moishe House

Moishe House provides a cool experience for people aged 22-30. You’ll move into a home and forge a small Jewish community together. You’ll host Shabbat dinners, and even create your own programs and events for the community around you to enjoy. Don’t worry, Moishe House provides a partial rent subsidy, programming budget, educational resources and training for you to succeed.

Just be glad it's not our Uncle Moishe's house.

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Jewish Food Society

Looking for a great soup recipe? Not sure what kreplach is? The bubbehs, and other contributors, at Jewish Food Society will answer all your questions. This chic, gorgeous site focuses on highlighting Jewish cuisine from around the world, with super sweet food and family stories to go along!

Once and for all find out what is going on with gefilte fish.

Mazon

Inspired by Jewish values and ideals, Check out Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger is a national organization fighting to end hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds in the United States and Israel. MAZON provides training and resources to anti-hunger organizations in the most food insecure states in the U.S., maintaining a network of hundreds of partners and developing strategic initiatives to advance policies that end hunger and the systems that allow it to persist. They also educate and engage individuals and communities about the scope of hunger and how we can work together to end it.

My Jewish Learning Recipes

My Jewish Learning Recipes The recipe section of My Jewish Learning is out of control. They have everything from an Everything Bagel Latke recipe, to a guide to how you can actually make your own (delicious) gefilte fish. Whether you cook every Shabbat dinner from scratch, or you are just starting out on your Jewish chef journey, My Jewish Learning Recipes has something for you.

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OneTable

Not sure what to do for Friday night dinner? OneTable is a way more fun option than endlessly scrolling Seamless. Sign up and you can join a Shabbat dinner fitting almost any style of meal you want. If you want to host one, the team at OneTable will work with you to get food on the table or get people to join. It’s a really fun way to spread the joy of Shabbat.

One Table, lots of opinions!

The Shabbat Project

The concept of The Shabbat Project is simple: Jews from across the spectrum – religious, secular and traditional, young and old, from all corners of the world – unite to experience one full Shabbat together. The Shabbat Project is about creating a new Jewish future based on Jewish unity, pride and values. It is our opportunity to rejuvenate family and community life, restore Jewish pride and identity, and strengthen Jewish unity across the globe. This year’s Shabbat Project takes place on the Shabbat of 3-4 November 2023

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Ata

At Ata, the project is you; the more you wear these utilitarian textiles, the better and more unique they become. This re-established company is older than the state of Israel but is committed to the here and now. Witness their “bring them home” apparel, profits from which are donated to the kidnappees headquarters.

De Rococo

The Daddy collection at De Rococo is both sexy and understated, much like the rest of the offerings at this women-run outfit.

Desert Queen

Desert Queen is committed to making limited-run ultra-feminine hot-weather garments that are comfortable, gorgeous, and easy on the environment.

Dodo Bar Or

Dodo Bar Or nails Israeli fashion by creating knits, silks, and kaftans that are unmistakably Middle Eastern, ultrafashionable, and in your face.

Elisha Abargel

Elisha Abargel rewards the bold and daring with shimmering statement pieces like no others.

Holyland Civilians

Connect to your Jewness at Holyland Civilians, where you will definitely feel chosen. This shop combines kitsch and piety nicely.

Maskit

Maskit was founded by Ruth Dayan, Moshe’s first wife, back in 1954. When it closed in 1994, it had been Israel’s only fashion house. Twenty years later, it was reopened by fashion veterans who have reinvigorated the label into a current luxury brand.

Naftul

Naftul’s stuff is charming and breezy. Her kimonos and kaftans are especially fun.

Ronen Chen

Ronen Chen is here. If you are looking for elegant clothes, shoes, and accessories from a perfectionist designer who just keeps getting better and better, look no further.

Lori and Stella

Stella and Lori are sisters who like each other so much, they opened this store. The clothes are chic and playful, the leather handbags are yummy, the United We Stand page reminds us that we all are family.

The BOD

To shop at the The BOD (the Board of Directors) is to go on a journey of self-affirmation. This feel-good company makes clothes that suit all, and their garment tags can be planted to grow wildflowers! Check out “the Memo” for a little rah rah on the days you need it most.

Maya Bash

Maya Bash’s simple androgynous clothes are just begging to be the new staple pieces we didn’t know we needed.

Meira Sitton

Cotton/cashmere bedding anyone? Meira Sitton has what you’re looking for. Everything in this exceptionally well curated, dreamy collection of textiles is designed to please and get better with age.

Artemer Studio

At Artemer Studio, Tomer and Tanya put their love for each other into every exquisite hand-crafted, made-to-order piece of jewelry they design. They specialize in unusual stone cuts and their diamonds, like all diamonds in Israel, are conflict free.

Shlomit Ofir

Affordable delicate jewelry, including lovely Israeli-themed pieces, are the heart of Shlomit Ofir’s offerings. As an added feel-good bonus, in her studio she employs mostly women.

Naot

These are not your mother’s Naots. Well, some of them are, but mostly these unspeakably comfortable shoes are far more stylish than anything else you could wear all day without crying. We also love Naot because they donate thousands of shoes each year to spread the love.

Kitepride

Kitepride is a soulful little company that makes seriously cool backpacks, duffel bags and totes out of rescued old kites destined for landfills. Their upcycled bags, made by survivors of human cruelty, are quite literally one-of-a-kind eye-catching odes to our humanity.

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Jewish National Fund

Have your relatives ever planted any trees in your honor in Israel? Maybe for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or a birthday party when you were younger, and you would’ve wanted literally anything else? That’s Jewish National Fund, a non-profit that raises funds in support of Israel. Planting trees is just one branch (sorry, not sorry) of their efforts, which include work to recycle or reuse more than 85% of Israel’s water supply, work with communities of people with disabilities or special needs, infrastructure development and more. This really is a group that is worth getting your donations.

A lot more than just planting trees!

Stand With Us

Help your children stand up to antisemitism! Stand With Us provides easily accessible resources, classes, and pretty cool social media for your kids in middle school, high school, and college. This way they can educate their peers about Israel and stop the spread of lies and misinformation. 

Zioness

If it feels challenging to identify with progressive political values and also a love for Israel, you’re not alone! Progressive spaces can feel downright anti-Zionist sometimes. Zioness is here to make a space for American Jews who feel that progressivism and Zionism work together to fight against oppression! Find a chapter near you to get started!

If you're a Zionist and a progressive, JewBelong with Zioness! (see what we did there?)

Stand Up to Jewish Hate

You’ve probably seen the blue square by now.Check out Stand Up To Jewish Hate is a part of the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism. Their mission is to win the hearts and minds of non-Jews and Jews through powerful positive messaging and partnerships, motivating and equipping them to be defenders of and upstanders for the Jewish community.

ADL

TheADL has been at the forefront of activism for as long as we can remember! ADL leaders were at the original March 60 years ago with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and other civil rights leaders. ADL fights all forms of antisemitism and bias, using innovation and partnerships to drive impact. They are a global leader in combating antisemitism, countering extremism and battling bigotry wherever and whenever it happens.

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Birthright Israel

Birthright Israel is almost a rite of passage for many Jews. This organization offers FREE trips to Israel for Jews between the ages of 18 and 32 (with some minor exceptions). They have incredible 10-day programs that will take you all over for an incredible experience. More than 750,000 people have gone on Birthright, so they must be doing something right. Did someone say Maccabee beer? And gorgeous Israelis? We at JewBelong believe that traveling to Israel is super important. So much so that it even made our New Ten Commandments (See Number Four)! One thing that has always annoyed us about Birthright is the number of people who could afford to go on their own to Israel, but take the trip because it is free. Here’s the story: generous funders donate money. That is why the trip is free. It’s not like God sends plane tickets. So…if you happen to have the means to pay your own way, for goodness sake make a donation to Birthright, too!

Free trip to Israel? Who could ask for anything more? Oh yeah, and sex...

Honeymoon Israel

Honeymoon Israel is sort of like Birthright Israel, but instead of hooking up with whoever you find on the trip, you go with someone you’re already hooking up with! A cohort of couples (say that three times fast) will experience an incredible tour of Israel for nine days. Couples of all backgrounds (lots of interfaith!) are encouraged to apply to this nine-day tour of Israel. The trips are community based, so there is an expectation that you all will become friends and stay friends when you get home and have created a small Jewish community.

Kind of like Birthright, but you're already hooking up with someone.

RootOne

Visiting Israel is an incredibly important experience, and the funders of RootOne believe money shouldn’t get in the way of that! They offer substantial vouchers, up to $3,000, for your teenager to go on a group trip to Israel with one of their five partner organizations, including BBYO (sound familiar?). Just like Birthright, this is funded by some pretty generous philanthropists. So if you can afford to pay, make a donation!!

Because where else is your kid gonna get his Lakers yalmuke?

Newsletters


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Alma

A must-visit for your Jewish pop-culture needs. Alma, created and led entirely by awesome women, is equal parts hilarious, helpful, and informative. They have great news articles and guides to keep you up to date about Jews in the world.

Jewish Insider

Check out Jewish Insider for a pretty straight-forward, middle-of-the-road news website. They primarily cover politics, philanthropy, and business news but with, you guessed it, a Jewish angle. They’re a great resource to stay up to date on what’s going on.

Sadly not a spy movie.

JTA

We wish the acronym for JTA was a little more fun than Jewish Telegraphic Agency, but they’re not here to be the cool kids on the block. JTA is a reputable, global news agency and they give great reports and updates on everything from politics, Israel, health, food, sports, and more.

Note to self: definitely does not stand for Justin Timberlake is Amazing.

Kveller

This isn’t your mom’s kind of site. Oh wait, it actually is. Kveller has all the news Jewish moms and moms-to-be need to know. Part of the same non-profit group that runs JTA, Nosher, Alma, and more, they have great articles on motherhood and pregnancy in the US, and even a great baby naming guide!

We kvell and plotz at the same time!

Tablet

We swear this works on any device, not just your tablet. Tablet is a great magazine that is filled with insightful and interesting articles about all things Jewish. They even have some cool podcasts!

Moses didn't have nearly this much information on his tablets.

ISRAEL21c

ISRAEL21c is the leading source of good news from Israel. A nonprofit news organization, this is a unifying platform that creates space to educate, inform, and initiate meaningful conversations about the Israeli people and their positive impact on our world. You can subscribe to a weekly newsletter or follow along on your social media platform of choice.

The Forward

The Forward is a news agency with a long history, kind of like JTA. Initially started as a Yiddish daily newspaper in 1897 for Jewish immigrants, The Forward is still going strong (just in English now) with news and commentary for all American Jews. They still have a great Yiddish section if you want to learn about it! If you are wondering, it definitely tilts pretty far left.

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Modern Jewish Couples

Modern Jewish Couples! brings together people in committed relationships on the pathway to partnership, marriage, and beyond. From religion to money, from politics to family, planning for a life together can get buried under endless wedding planning logistics and stress. With wit and wisdom, MJC supports you in the transition to married life, transforming your wedding preparation process from planning an event to investing time in planning for your future. MJC expands the boundaries and barriers of Judaism to be inclusive of partners who identify as interfaith, intercultural, multiethnic, queer, atheist, or agnostic, “Jewish&”, “spiritual but not religious,” “Just Jewish,” and more. We empower couples to design Judaism into their lives on their own terms, weaving the wisdom of sacred Jewish texts with poetry, song lyrics, articles, and media. When the music of Sara Bareilles (Love) meets the wisdom of Sarah Hurwitz (Discovery) meets Atul Gawande (End of Life), you and your partner will engage together in deep conversations and fun as you dream up life together.

 

Emphasis on the "ISH"

18Doors

If either you or your partner aren’t Jewish, it’s so not a big deal anymore. If you want to build a Jewish home together, then this is the site for you. Maybe it’s called 18Doors for how many doors open when you realize you can be with whomever you want and still be accepted! You two will find helpful resources to build your Jewish home and family, even finding clergy and connecting to communities to welcome you both with open arms. It might even help your mom eventually love your spouse more than you!

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The Jewish Fertility Foundation

The Jewish Fertility Foundation (JFF) is changing the conversation around infertility – helping those who need support on the road to parenthood while lessening the stigma of infertility through direct community-based service. JFF supports intended parents through its proven three-pronged approach: financial assistance, emotional support, and education. Learn more about JFF at jewishfertilityfoundation.org or @jewishfertilityfoundation and reach out if we can support you or one of your loved ones!

JScreen

Jewish moms already have enough to worry about! JScreen is an at-home saliva test that can help put your mind at ease by giving you a detailed understanding of what genetic diseases your children aren’t at risk for. JScreen also tests for the BRCA breast cancer gene, which can be critical information for Jewish men and women. Just sign up online to order your kit. A genetic counselor will walk you through your results by phone or video teleconference.

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Federation

There are more than 146 different Jewish Federations across the U.S. and they have been around for a long time. Federations are kind of umbrella organizations that fundraise to support social welfare, social services, and educational needs in Jewish communities. Federations are great in a crisis. Sort of like a Jewish Red Cross, they show up to support the Jewish communities that are hit by floods, COVID-19, etc. They even give support to Jewish communities around the globe. We are trying to think of a nice way to say this…so here goes.  Because Federation has been around for so long, they get tagged with being not cool or kind of tired. Maybe that is true in some places, but from what we can tell, there are a lot of Federations doing great work with lots of young adults. In areas without many Jews, Federation is often the only game in town. They’re a great group to get involved with if you’re concerned about a vibrant Jewish community in North America. By the way, Federation is also known as UJA, which stood for United Jewish Appeal, which is who they were before they changed their name. 

Here's the bottom line about Federation: They are a lot better than you think.

JCC

The Village People were half right- it’s fun to stay at the YMCA AND the JCC. Jewish Community Centers are just that. Places that are often the center square of a Jewish community. That being said, it is highly possible for your daughter to take gymnastics at the JCC and there is not one Jewishy thing about it. Some JCCs are more Jewish oriented than others. They all seem to have a wide range of events and programs…Jewish and not.

Too bad the Village People didn't write a song about JCCs!

Resources


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Kabbalah Experience

Ever wanted to learn about Kabbalah? Kabbalah Experience is an inclusive & pluralistic center for adult spiritual education, offering live-study and self-study classes, special events, and holiday celebrations for people of all spiritual and religious backgrounds.

Jewish Joy

Jewish Joy is an online Judaica store that focuses on crafted, curated, and vintage pieces that inspire a connection to the joys of the Jewish culture and traditions. Hamsas of Munkatch is our design studio where we create handmade pieces that celebrate our Jewish heritage as seen through the lens of crafted Judaica art & artifacts – to ultimately bring us and the world #JewishJoy.

JQY

JQY app is an interactive virtual resource connecting the global Jewish queer community. The app includes support resources, connections to queer Jewish programing, a blog, an advice section, a feed to showcase queer accomplishments/simchas/mazal tovs, and community pages for different affinity groups within the LGBTQ community to post and chat with each other. The JQY app is available for download on both iOS and Android platforms plus desktop capabilities.

T'Shuvah Center

T’Shuvah Center is an intentional spiritual recovery community for addicts of all kinds. Based in New York City, we integrate Jewish wisdom, text and ritual; the 12 Steps; and spirituality to help those suffering find a path to recovery. If you have the desire to cultivate transformation for yourself, you have a place here. We believe in the power of following your passions and gaining clarity on what lights you up in life, as a central part of recovering from addiction. We help you unlock your passions as part of our comprehensive approach to addiction recovery.

Sefaria

Get ready to go down a Jewish text rabbit hole! Sefaria has almost every major Hebrew work available (we know, we also just found out there’s more to read than the Torah!), and leaves it up to you to explore. There are also all sorts of cool visualizations of how thousands of years of text and commentaries quote and reference each other, and you can search their database by topic, holiday, basically anything you’re curious about, to see what rabbis have said about it.

Take it from us - this is NOT a makeup store.

Influencers






Get ready to meet the movers and shakers, the intellectual powerhouses, and the thought leaders who are revolutionizing the Jewish landscape. These individuals and organizations are the driving force behind the changing face of Jewish conversations, each bringing their unique perspectives, wisdom, and charisma to the table. Prepare to be inspired, enlightened, and entertained!

IDF

@idf

The Israel Defense Forces.

State of Israel

@stateofisrael

The State of Israel official account.

Stand With Us

@standwithus

Advocacy for Israel and Judaism worldwide.

Yoseph Haddad

@yosephhaddad

Arab-Israeli advocate for peace and coexistence in Israel.

Noa Tishby

@noatishby

Author. Fighter of antisemitism.

Elizabeth Savetsky

@lizzysavetsky

Proud Jewish woman on a mission.

Hananya Naftali

@hnaftali

Hard hitting facts about Israel.

Hen Mazzig

@henmazzig

Proud Jew. Son of North African & Iraqi Jewish refugees. Founder of The Tel Aviv Institute

Berel Solomon

@berelsolomon

Entrepreneur and Jewish community leader.

Stop Antisemitism

@stop_antisemitism

Leading U.S. based organization fighting antisemitism.

Rudy Rochman

@rudy_israel

Judean warrior of light. Promoting understanding and dialogue.

Black and Jewish Unity

@blackandjewishunity

Shaping the discourse for Black and Jewish activism.

Emily Schrader

@emilyintelaviv

Speaker, writer, journalist and host.

Jewish Lives Matter

@jewishlivesmatter

Exposing and fighting antisemitism.

Times of Israel

@timesofisrael

News site on Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world.

Jews of NY

@jews_of_ny

New York’s largest Jewish community.

Melinda Strauss

@therealmelindastrauss

Fighting antisemitism through education.

Rami Even-Esh

@koshadillz

Jewish rapper and comedian.

Yuval David

@yuval_david_

Jewish LGBTQ Activist, Emmy Award winning actor, filmmaker and journalist.

American Jewish Committee

@ajc.global

Global advocacy organization for the Jewish people.


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