Claudio ManakerA brief history of, and personal reflection on Hatikvah, the Israeli national anthem
Michal Barkai-BrodyMichal tells us how she used her own anger to drive her determination to make a change in the world
Natan SharanskyChess sharpened the thinking and preserved Sharansky's sanity serving 9 years in a soviet prison
Ari ShavitWhat will become of us, what will we be like in the 22nd Century in Israel and the Diaspora?
Daniel FinkelsteinWe have never had it so good, let's appreciate it
Esther MarcusAn inside perspective into the way of life for people living on the border with Gaza
Stosh CotlerExplores the possibility that authentic expressions of our tradition are inherently radical
Daniel TaubA funny and moving portrait of contemporary Israel through 10 personal objects
Amy-Jill LevineImproved relations between Jews and Christians requires mutual knowledge and mutual respect
Jonathan FreedlandWhat really threatens the future existence of Israel? The politics of us or them.
Judah PassowUsing my camera as an agent of social action
Benjamin PogrundLessons for Israel about trust & acceptance of the other learned from living in apartheid S. Africa
Ilene PrusherNot only do most Muslims not hate Jews, but many see a kind of kinship you may never have expected..
Tim FranksThis talk explains why being between a rock and a hard place is a great place to be
Shalom SabarCan a flag reflect attitudes towards power and the transformations in Jewish society?
Rachel Sabath Beit-HalachmiWomen of the Wall, a case study on Israel-Diaspora relations and the future of Jewish Peoplehood
Seth AnziskaSeth considers how our Jewish history could pave the way for a new communal ethic.
Daniel GordisThe bible is about the importance of & longing for a homeland, but it's not just the Jews' longing..
Dov WaxmanAs Jews in the diaspora, what kind of loyalty do we owe Israel?
Robbie GringrasThrough story telling Robbie considers a different possibility for reaching peace
Deborah LipstadtThe Jewish people should be known for what they have achieved, not by what has been done to them