Inspiring Conference Calls, Audio, and Videos
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Rabbi Lerner at St. Joan of Ark in Minneapolis, October 2015: Watch Now, click here.
Membership Support Calls
Transformative Activist Trainings
Peace and Reconciliation for Israel and Palestine
The Radical Imagination: Imagine Healing America/Israel - For decades, Israel and Palestine have been at war and the United States has been involved for a majority of that time. Rabbi Michael Lerner discusses the question of when will there be peace?
Listen to a call with Sami Awad, from Bethlehem, Palestine on the Israel/Gaza War in Summer 2014. Sami Awad is the Executive Director of Holy Land Trust (HLT), a Palestinian non-profit organization that he founded in 1998 in Bethlehem. HLT works with the Palestinian community at both the grassroots and leadership levels in developing nonviolent approaches that aim to end the Israeli occupation and build a future founded on the principles of nonviolence, equality, justice, and peaceful coexistenceListen to a call with Uri Avnery, chair of the Israeli peace movement Gush Shalom and prior member of the Knesset, Rabbi Michael Lerner and Cat Zavis regarding the Israel/Gaza War in Summer 2014.
CNN Interview on the Israel/ Gaza war, Rabbi Michael Lerner on CNN discuss his insights into the Israel/Gaza War
Healing Israel/Palestine, Rabbi Michael Lerner, National Chair of the Network of Spiritual Progressives and editor of Tikkun magazine, talks about the NSP’s vision for how to heal Israel and Palestine.
NSP Conference Videos
Festival of Change, a gathering of groups committed to non-violent activism, healthcare, social justice, and peaceful change.
Environmental and Social Responsibility Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
The ESRA and Citizen’s United, Tikkun & the NSP present ESRA: The Environmental and Social Responsibility Amendment to the Constitution - Story of Citizens United.
Generosity as a Strategy for Peace
Empathy and Non-Violence
Don’t Be Realistic