Jerusalem: #StopTheMove

I am a proud American Jew. I’ve been part of this community my entire life. I went to Jewish day schools for 13 years. I cannot stand what the occupation is doing to my community, and I’m not willing to put up with it anymore. And my community needs to make a choice.
— Eliana Fishman

This is the third installment of a special miniseries responding to the U.S. President's decision this week to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

For this episode, Unsettled producer Max Freedman attended a protest by the Jewish anti-occupation movement IfNotNow at the New York City offices of Senator Chuck Schumer. 

This episode was recorded on December 7, 2017 and edited by Max Freedman. 



    Eliana Fishman is a graduate student at Columbia University studying Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences. She is a member of IfNotNow.


    Stephen Lurie is a researcher and writer in Brooklyn.


    Anna Blachman is a healthcare consultant raised in the Boston area and based in New York City. She has lived in Peru, London, and Thailand, where she worked in public health and pursued biological research. Anna first got involved with anti-occupation work while at Pomona College and has been organizing with IfNotNow since 2016.