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meital yaniv, author of bloodlines


meital yaniv (b. 1984, Tel-Aviv, israel) is learning how to be in a human form. they do things with words, with moving n still images, with threads, with bodies in front of bodies, with the Earth. they are a death laborer tending to a prayer for the liberation of the land of Palestine and the lands of our bodies. they are learning to listen to the Waters, birdsongs, caretakers, and ancestors as they walk as a guest on the home and gathering place of the Cahuilla-ʔívil̃uwenetem Meytémak, Tongva-Kizh Nation, Luiseño-Payómkawichum, and Serrano-Yuhaaviatam/Maarenga'yam. 


Hadar Cohen 

Hadar is an Arab Jewish scholar, mystic and artist. She is the founder of Malchut, a spiritual skill building school teaching Jewish mysticism and direct experience of God. She cultivated her own curriculum on the cosmology of creation and teaches it through her training God Fellowship. Malchut is also home for her Jewish Mystical School that includes a library of her classes and a community platform for connection. She is a 10th-generation Jerusalemite with lineage roots also in Syria, Kurdistan, Iraq and Iran. Hadar consults and teaches on Judaism, multi-faith solidarity, spiritual and political activism and more. Her podcast, Hadar’s Web, features community conversations on spirituality, healing, justice, and art. Hadar coaches and mentors people 1:1 as well as leads and facilitates groups and community gatherings. Hadar weaves the spiritual with the political through performance art, writing, music and ritual. or  // @hadarcohen32


Sasha Perry 


Sasha is a white trans/queer working-class ashkenazi jew who organizes in earth/animal liberation and Pro-Palestinian spaces. They are an award-winning documentary editor whose films range from Palestinian freedom of movement, abortion access, Transgender rights, and the government targeting of radical movements. Sasha is a Rabbinical student with ALEPH, the Jewish Renewal movement in the lineage of Reb Zalman Schachter Shalomi and graduate of their first Earth-Based Judaism cohort. Sasha is part of Rabbis for Ceasfire, Jewish Voice for Peace, and If Not Now. Their work as a Rabbinic Intern for a spiritual community in Los Angeles focuses organize around issues of incarceration, immigration, climate, housing and racial justice.


Asaf Calderon


Israeli social worker based in New York and one of the founders of Shoresh


Shoresh is a movement of anti-Zionist Israelis based in the U.S. who work towards freedom, democracy and justice for all who live between the river and the sea. In addition to striving for justice, Shoresh members are motivated by our love for our families, our communities and histories and our own material stakes in a free and just future in Palestine/Israel.


Sponsored by the Decolonizing Humanism(?) Programming Stream at the UCR Center for Ideas and Society and Memory and Resistance Laboratory

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