Lievnath Faber is a senior Humanity in Action fellow as well as a senior Landecker Democracy fellow who works on the intersection of antiracism and antisemitism. She is (co) founder of Oy Vey, the open, inclusive and unapologetically Jewish hub in Amsterdam and Oy Vey Acts, the Jewish social justice organization in the Netherlands that sprouted from within the Oy Vey community. She writes about the challenges and opportunities of being a Jewish activist in progressive spaces in her blog: www.thebedtimeactivist.com. As a film scholar, cultural programmer and birth/death doula she actively weaves together topics of intersectionality, antiracism and the Jewish life cycles together to create vibrant Jewish cultural life in Europe. She does this with the Ze Kollel Jewish Torah and Talmud school based in Berlin, Barcelona and Amsterdam, where she teaches Torah and is the mashgicha ruchanit; with her work as a mikveh guide in Amsterdam; and through creating communal life with Oy Vey.