Matt Nosanchuk shares his perspective in this article on the intersection of Israel, progressive political groups, and NYC elections
The Forward’s Jacob Kornbluh analyzes the results of NYJA”s City Council Candidate survey which it conducted in collaboration with The Forward.
Along with other New York Jewish leaders, NYJA President Matt Nosanchuk was asked by The Jewish Week to share his reaction to the inauguration of President Biden and Vice President Harris today.
NY Jewish Week’s editor-in-chief reported on NYJA’s “Jewish Political Power in New York” webinar, in which panelists shared their unique views on the diversity of New York Jewish voters, the role of Israel in local politics, and what it means for Jewish political figures to do their work explicitly as Jews.
This op-ed was written by Matt Nosanchuk and appeared in the New York Daily News on October 22, 2020.
The New York Jewish Agenda organized over 450 rabbis to join a statement supporting the data-driven, life-saving public health measures implemented by Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio. This statement, along with our press conference on Friday, received substantial press attention, and succeeded in shifting the media narrative about the Jewish community’s position on this issue.
NYJA’s response to a controversy surrounding the New York City Democratic Socialists’ 2021 candidate questionaire was highlighted in an op-ed written by two Jewish candidates for city council.
This op-ed by Matt Nosanchuk was published in the New York Jewish Week. It was written in response to Peter Beinart’s essay in the New York Times and Jewish Currents, which argued that Liberal Zionists should abandon the two-state solution.
Matt Nosanchuk and Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers, co-authored this op-ed in The Forward, writing that public education is a Jewish value.
Sharon Kleinbaum, Senior Rabbi at Congregation Beit Simchat Torah and Co-Founder and Board Member of New York Jewish Agenda appears in City & State New York’s 2020 Pride Power 100 List.