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Imagine having the entire Jewish people over for dinner.

Coming Oct0ber 24, 2023 in hardcover & ebook

Bringing together the voices of our people.

More than sixty new essays from all across the Jewish world: From secularists to ultra-Orthodox, from communal and rabbinic to literary and cultural figures, from young influencers to veteran writers.

Each essay calls for a single "priority" or vision for the future of our people. Together they offer an unprecedented snapshot of a generation of Jews.

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Meet the editor.

David Hazony is an award-winning editor, translator and author. Born in New Jersey to Israeli parents, he has spent three decades in the development of essays and books on Judaism, Zionism, and peoplehood. He lives in Jerusalem.

From the essays

“Nations are like people: If you don’t stand up for yourself, you have no spine; but if you don’t stand up for others, you have no soul.”

Natan Sharansky & Gil Troy,

The Right Way to Commemorate the Holocaust

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Live events

Meet the contributors, hear the passion, see it in-person or streaming online.

October 22, 2023

National Launch at the Weitzman Museum in Philadelphia, Pa.

Join more than 30 contributors in a day-long festival of ideas at the nation's premier museum of American Jewish History

November 2, 2023

New York Launch at the Streicker Center of Temple Emanu-El

Ten major authors, back to back, and the conflicting, riveting views they bring. All on a Thursday evening. 

February 7, 2024

Israel Launch at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center, Jerusalem

Joins contributors Yossi Klein Halevi, Hillel Neuer and others for an evening of ideas in the capital city.

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Pre-Order Now

Jewish Priorities will publish on October 24, 2023, through Wicked Son books.

“A mind-expanding look at how Judaism can survive and thrive in the 21st century” — Publishers Weekly

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