Jewish Voice for Peace is a national membership organization inspired by Jewish tradition to work for the freedom, equality, and dignity of all the people of Israel and Palestine.
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Jewish Voice for Peace members are serious about making change. We work with diverse communities across the U.S. to achieve a lasting peace for Palestinians and Jewish Israelis based on equality, human rights, and freedom. Whether you are a grandparent or a student; whether your best work is in strategy meetings, in an art studio, or on Facebook. Whether you want to learn more about the issue, donate, or join a chapter—there is a place for you here.
The United Church of Christ voted to divest from Israel’s nearly 50 year occupation of Palestine.SIGN OUR THANK YOU LETTER
Palestinians in Susiya deserve the right to see their towns flourish on the land they own.DEFEND SUSIYA
JVP releases first-ever report on the use of false charges of anti-Semitism to limit Palestinian rights activism on campuses.VIEW THE REPORT
Ask your Senators and Representatives to say yes to the nuclear deal with Iran.DIPLOMACYNOTWAR.ORG
OUR FOCUS AREAS
JVP students push their universities to divest, build campus chapters, and fight unjust censorship of Palestinian voices. Our Academic Advisory Council brings together faculty committed to an open discussion of Israel/Palestine on campus.
We can’t change U.S. policy without changing Congress first. With our huge grassroots base, members of Congress are paying increasing attention to our message that all people deserve justice, fairness, and equality.
Artists and cultural workers help us envision justice and dream of a better world. The JVP Artists and Cultural Workers Council comprises writers, musicians, visual artists, filmmakers, dancers, and more.
We are challenging institutional Jewish communities to act on values of justice, and our Rabbinical Council and Open Synagogue Network are paving the path to justice-centered Jewish communities.
JVP answers the call for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) made by Palestinian civil society through strategic, dynamic, and effective local and national campaigns.
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