Ep 07: None is Too Many

On this episode: we discuss the institutional Jewish community’s response to the ongoing migration crisis, talk about the fight against BDS on Canadian campuses, and try to be more clear about when we’re being sarcastic. We reflect on the Jewish left’s response to recent repression of BDS Quebec, and debate the ethics of not feeding pets on Yom Kippur. We’re then joined by Sozan Savehilaghi to talk about No One Is Illegal’s new multimedia project Never Home, as well as Canada’s role in the global crisis of migration.

Show Notes

Intro
BDS-QC “Message important de BDS-Québec : Rassemblement de solidarité annulé
CJN Janice Arnold – Conservatives decry graphic anti-Israel posters plastered around Montreal

News
BDS-Watch-Watch
Forward Nathan Guttman – Back to School With River of Cash To Fight BDS
CJN Sheri Shefa – Hasbara Hires it’s First Canadian Director
CJN Paul Lungen – Hillel, CIJA Say Situation on Campus Has Improved for Jewish Students
CIJA David Cape – Concerned About Campus? So Am I

Institutional Jewish Response to the Crisis of Migration
CIJA “Refugee Crisis: How you can Help”
CJN Paul Lungen – CIJA, Jordan co-operate on refugee aid plan
No One Is Illegal- Vancouver Unceded Coast Salish Territories – Get Facts
CJN Paul Lungen – Jewish Refugee Advocacy Organization Launches

Shkoyakh
JTA Uriel Heilman – Will German Welcome of Refugees come at Jews’ expense?
New York Post Doree Lewak – I’m Fasting for Yom Kippur, and so are my Dogs!
The Forward Jay Michaelson – Why This Hasid Was Right To Flip the Bird to Kapparot Protester

Interview with Sozan Savehilaghi
Never Home: Legislating Discrimination in Canadian Immigration
No One Is Illegal Facebook Page

Outro
No One Is Illegal
End Immigration Detention
Solidarity Across Borders
The Immigrant Workers Centre

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