The Alarming Rise of Anti-Semitism
The Alarming Rise of Anti-Semitism
By Kenneth Abramowitz; Chairman, Citizens for National Security Founder, Save the West
6 Ways to Combat Anti-Semitism
6 Ways to Combat Anti-Semitism
By Kenneth Abramowitz; Chairman, Citizens for National Security Founder, Save the West
America’s Fight Against Anti-Semitism
America’s Fight Against Anti-Semitism
By Elan S. Carr; United States Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism
Anti-Semitism as a Global Crisis
Anti-Semitism as a Global Crisis
By Richard D. Heideman President, American Zionist Movement
Israel: A Girl, A Mother, A Jew
Israel: A Girl, A Mother, A Jew
By Dani Klein Modisett; Author, “Take My Spouse, Please” Founder/CEO, “Laughter On Call”
Unity Can Overcome Hate
Unity Can Overcome Hate
By Shari Dollinger Executive Director, Christians United for Israel
Hate Crime Czar Battles Intolerance in New York City
Hate Crime Czar Battles Intolerance in New York City
By Deborah Lauter Executive Director, NYC Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes (OPHC)
A Rabbi, a Reverend and an Imam Weigh in on Tolerance
A Rabbi, a Reverend and an Imam Weigh in on Tolerance
By Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, Rt. Rev. Dr. Victor Brown, Imam Dr. Tahir Kukaj

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The Alarming Rise of Anti-Semitism

The Alarming Rise of Anti-Semitism

Voice | May 6, 2019
By Kenneth Abramowitz; Chairman, Citizens for National Security Founder, Save the West
The Tree of Life Synagogue murders can be seen as a terrible manifestation of anti-Semitism, domestic terrorism, mental illness, or all three.  Read More
6 Ways to Combat Anti-Semitism

6 Ways to Combat Anti-Semitism

Voice | May 5, 2019
By Kenneth Abramowitz; Chairman, Citizens for National Security Founder, Save the West
Whether you’re in high school, college, or fully adult, there are many ways to combat the scourge of anti-Semitism. Most of us don’t have a public platform like Judea Pearl, but we can still do a great deal to identify and refute anti-Semitic content and behavior.  Read More
Remembering Past Honoree Elie Wiesel

Remembering Past Honoree Elie Wiesel

Voice | May 4, 2019
"I like to think he would have found the words to bring us unity as he and few others could, across geographies and congregations and demographics and political views. And in his absence — we must all try our best to find those words on our own.” — Elisha Weisel  Read More
America’s Fight Against Anti-Semitism

America’s Fight Against Anti-Semitism

Voice | May 3, 2019
By Elan S. Carr; United States Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism
We must learn about the Holocaust is because understanding the unspeakable horrors to which anti-Semitism can lead is vital to winning the war against it.  Read More
Anti-Semitism as a Global Crisis

Anti-Semitism as a Global Crisis

Voice | May 2, 2019
By Richard D. Heideman President, American Zionist Movement
As the last Holocaust survivors are passing away and collective memory is fading, anti-Semitic attitudes in Europe continue to rise.  Read More
Israel: A Girl, A Mother, A Jew

Israel: A Girl, A Mother, A Jew

Voice | May 1, 2019
By Dani Klein Modisett; Author, “Take My Spouse, Please” Founder/CEO, “Laughter On Call”
What I remember most vividly from that trip was stepping off the plane and having an enveloping feeling of being welcome in Israel.  Read More
Unity Can Overcome Hate

Unity Can Overcome Hate

Voice | January 1, 1970
By Shari Dollinger Executive Director, Christians United for Israel
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Hate Crime Czar Battles Intolerance in New York City

Hate Crime Czar Battles Intolerance in New York City

Voice | January 1, 1970
By Deborah Lauter Executive Director, NYC Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes (OPHC)
VOICE magazine held a dialogue with Deborah Lauter, NYC’s newly appointed head of the Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes, to add perspective on ways to promote tolerance and inclusion.  Read More
A Rabbi, a Reverend and an Imam Weigh in on Tolerance

A Rabbi, a Reverend and an Imam Weigh in on Tolerance

Voice | January 1, 1970
By Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, Rt. Rev. Dr. Victor Brown, Imam Dr. Tahir Kukaj
Embedded in the mission of Bnai Zion is inclusivity and diversity. To honor that, we invited clerics from the three Abrahamic religions — Judaism, Christianity and Islam — to weigh in on the challenges of promoting tolerance, and found similarities in their responses. And notably, they are all working together in interfaith initiatives to bring about peace and harmony.  Read More