Jewish Peace Fellowship
The Jewish Peace Fellowship is a nonprofit, nondenominational organization set up to provide a Jewish voice in the peace movement. The organization was founded in 1941 in order to support Jewish conscientious objectors who sought exemption from combatant military service. The JPF is currently headquartered in Nyack, New York.
The JPF produces literature about peacemaking, nonviolent activism, and registering as a conscientious objector. The Jewish Peace Fellowship maintains its archive at the American Jewish Historical Society/Center for Jewish History in NYC
- Polner, Murray and Naomi Goodman (1994) The Challenge of Shalom: The Jewish Tradition of Peace and Justice. New Society Pub. ISBN 0-86571-300-6
- Jewish Peace Fellowship (2000) Wrestling with Your Conscience: A Guide for Jewish Draft Registrants and Conscientious Objectors. Nyack, NY: Jewish Peace Fellowship.
- Polner, Murray and Stefan Merken (2007) Peace, Justice & Jews: Reclaiming Our Tradition Bunim & Bannigan. ISBN 978-1-933480-15-2
- Solomonow, Allan (1981) Roots of Jewish Nonviolence. Nyack, NY: Jewish Peace Fellowship
- Polner, Murray and Naomi Goodman (2002), Nonviolent Activist: The Heart & Mind of Edward Feder
- Shalom: The Jewish Peace Letter (an online monthly newsletter published by JPF)
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on April 23, 2013. Retrieved February 5, 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter
|deadurl=(help)CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)