New Israeli Heroes: A Three-Part Salon Series10 September 2012
$18 per session or $50 for the series
Space is limited!
For more information, contact Jessica Simon at or 202-513-7870.
Vegetarian dinner included. Kosher option available.
Click here to purchase tickets for the entire series.
Or click on a particular session to purchase tickets.
Economic Justice and Empowerment in Israel
Monday, October 7 - 7:00 p.m.
Featuring Muna Haddad and Reut Cohen, NIF Israel-US Civil Liberties Law Fellows, Washington College of Law at American University
Who Will Stand Up for the Stranger Among Us? Refugee/Migrant/Minority Rights in Israel
Monday, October 21 - 7:00 p.m. (D.C.)
Tuesday, October 22 - 7:00 p.m. (Baltimore) Click here to register for the Baltimore salon.
Featuring Rachel Liel, Executive Director of NIF-Israel
Religion & Secularism: The Struggle for Pluralism in Israel
Monday, November 18 - 7:00 pm
Featuring Ronit Heyd, Director of SHATIL
Join NIF at the NYC Celebrate Israel Parade02 May 2014
TAKE ACTION! Make your voice heard -- don't miss this opportunity to show the world that there is a strong and vibrant progressive voice supporting Israel. March loud and proud with us on June 1st!
Wrestling Jerusalem Performance and Peace Cafe17 February 2014
Please join NIF for a series of special matinee performances of Wrestling Jerusalem.
Wrestling Jerusalem follows one man’s journey to understand the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.
Following each Sunday performance, the New Israel Fund and Intersection for the Arts will offer the Peace Cafe, an opportunity to break bread and engage in vibrant, open, thoughtful community conversation facilitated by Rachel Eryn Kalish, founding facilitator of the Year of Civil Discourse.
We encourage you to bring someone with whom you do not agree on the Middle East conflict. All are welcome to share their feelings in this space created for civil dialogue.
Sunday, March 16 - 2:00 PM
Sunday, March 23 - 2:00 PM
Sunday, March 30 – 2:00 PM
Sunday, April 6 - 2:00 PM
Intersection for the Arts – 925 Mission Street in San Francisco.
Aaron Davidman’s solo performance is a personal story that grapples with the complexities of identity, history and social justice. Giving voice to a dozen different characters, the play sheds light on one of the most entrenched conflicts of our time.