J Street U Hosts Sunset Seder

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J Street U Hosts Sunset Seder

Members of J Street U Oberlin, a pro-peace, anti-occupation group, gathered in Wilder Bowl for a Sunset Seder on April 24. The group is a part of a nationwide effort to fight for a two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestininan conflict and to educate fellow students on the issues surrounding the conflict. The Sunset Seder was an act of community and activism.“It is both an action and an event, to demonstrate the importance of connecting our anti-occupation politics to our Judaism and to celebrate in community with each other,” wrote College senior and J Street U member Yael Reichler in an email to the Review. “It is also connected to our current campaign working toward Israel/Palestine trips that acknowledge Palestinians and the occupation.”

Members of J Street U Oberlin, a pro-peace, anti-occupation group, gathered in Wilder Bowl for a Sunset Seder on April 24. The group is a part of a nationwide effort to fight for a two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestininan conflict and to educate fellow students on the issues surrounding the conflict. The Sunset Seder was an act of community and activism.“It is both an action and an event, to demonstrate the importance of connecting our anti-occupation politics to our Judaism and to celebrate in community with each other,” wrote College senior and J Street U member Yael Reichler in an email to the Review. “It is also connected to our current campaign working toward Israel/Palestine trips that acknowledge Palestinians and the occupation.”

Mallika Pandey

Members of J Street U Oberlin, a pro-peace, anti-occupation group, gathered in Wilder Bowl for a Sunset Seder on April 24. The group is a part of a nationwide effort to fight for a two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestininan conflict and to educate fellow students on the issues surrounding the conflict. The Sunset Seder was an act of community and activism.“It is both an action and an event, to demonstrate the importance of connecting our anti-occupation politics to our Judaism and to celebrate in community with each other,” wrote College senior and J Street U member Yael Reichler in an email to the Review. “It is also connected to our current campaign working toward Israel/Palestine trips that acknowledge Palestinians and the occupation.”

Mallika Pandey

Mallika Pandey

Members of J Street U Oberlin, a pro-peace, anti-occupation group, gathered in Wilder Bowl for a Sunset Seder on April 24. The group is a part of a nationwide effort to fight for a two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestininan conflict and to educate fellow students on the issues surrounding the conflict. The Sunset Seder was an act of community and activism.“It is both an action and an event, to demonstrate the importance of connecting our anti-occupation politics to our Judaism and to celebrate in community with each other,” wrote College senior and J Street U member Yael Reichler in an email to the Review. “It is also connected to our current campaign working toward Israel/Palestine trips that acknowledge Palestinians and the occupation.”

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