Israeli Women Rally From Across the Border in Solidarity With Gaza Women’s March

‘Our leaders and their leaders don’t want to make the change so it’s up to us,’ according to one Israeli peace activist who marched in solidarity with the first planned women’s march of the ongoing Gaza protests

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Bedouin Sisters Find Their “Superpower” as Small Business Owners in Israel’s Negev

TEL SHEVA, Israel – Just after sundown, a lone birdcall is carried on the desert wind into a Bedouin tent where Sohayla Abo-Rkeek has prepared an iftar meal for her first group of paying guests. She pours tea brewed with mint and lemongrass, and arranges a tray of tamarind pastries as the guests laugh and serve each other rice, chicken and tahini from heaping silver platters.

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VIDEO: Performance Artist Aya Aziz Explores her Roots Through Music and Theater

Aya Aziz made a striking debut into New York City’s theater scene during the 2016 New York Musical Festival. For her solo musical, “Eh Dah? Questions for My Father,” Aziz won both Outstanding Individual Performance and Outstanding Book.

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VIDEO: Protest Noise Pits Neighbors Against Demonstrators at New Jersey Abortion Clinic

Americans are bitterly divided over many policies of the new Trump administration, but one issue where divisiveness is nothing new is abortion. In one New Jersey town, a conflict has long simmered at a local abortion clinic — but not for the reason you might think.

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