Educating People to Speak Up Against Anti-Semitism and Hate: Theatre Performance of ‘Thin Edge of the Wedge’

By Phyllis Zimbler Miller Phyllis Zimbler Miller is a screenwriter, playwright and published author in Los Angeles whose free nonfiction theater project www.ThinEdgeOfTheWedge.com has been developed to combat anti-Semitism and hate while encouraging critical thinking. She is also the co-author of the Jewish holiday book SEASONS FOR CELEBRATION. Definition of "thin edge of the wedge": A minor … Continue reading Educating People to Speak Up Against Anti-Semitism and Hate: Theatre Performance of ‘Thin Edge of the Wedge’

‘Light in the Tunnel’: Witnessing to the Holocaust and Nazi Persecution as Intertwined Light and Darkness

By Mie Astrup Jensen and Robert Thompson Mie Astrup Jensen is an ESRC funded PhD researcher in Gender and sexuality studies and Hebrew and Jewish studies, University College London (UCL). She researches lesbian, bi, and queer Jewish women’s lived experiences in England and Israel. Robert Thompson is a Wolfson Foundation PhD Scholar in the Hebrew … Continue reading ‘Light in the Tunnel’: Witnessing to the Holocaust and Nazi Persecution as Intertwined Light and Darkness