Tag Archives: BDS

Tales from the Heart: Finding promise in a farewell to summer At the local lifeguard station here in Israel, I savored the last few moments of summer with the Jews and Arabs who have kept my beach safe. This article … Continue reading

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Phyllis Chesler: On a Writer’s Dilemma, An American Bride in Kabul and the New Anti-Semitism

I’m honored to post this interview with Phyllis Chesler, writer, early feminist activist and leader, and psychotherapist whose first book, Women and Madness, was one of the first to address the mistreatment of women in the mental health field. Her … Continue reading

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