Ethical Tribing: Connecting the Next Generation to Israel in the Digital Era

“This book offers a paradigm-shifting, creative approach to addressing some of the most acutely pressing questions facing the Jewish people today. It deserves to be widely read and meticulously applied.”


Discover the Fastest and Most Effective Way to Inspire the Next Generation About Israel in the Digital Age — and Why it is an Essential Key To Securing the Future of the Jewish People

  • What if everyone’s social media feeds were exploding about Israel — but for all the right reasons?
  • What if your kids were able to walk around campus without having to hide their Jewish identity or support for Israel?
  • What if there was a way to tell Israel’s story that really resonated with young Jews and non-Jews alike?

Imagine how this would change your life, your community, your world!

In Ethical TribingTM: Connecting the Next Generation to Israel in the Digital Era, authors Joanna Landau and Michael Golden guide you through the actual steps needed to successfully counter one of the greatest threats facing the Jewish people today: a Next Generation that is less and less connected to both Israel and their own Jewish identity.

Whether you’re a devoted advocate for Israel, a Jewish community leader, or just a concerned parent or grandparent, this book is for you.

Joanna Landau is a globally recognized specialist in country branding and influencer marketing. Over a decade ago she founded Vibe Israel, a Tel-Aviv based nonprofit that has successfully generated more than a billion positive mentions about Israel on social media. Michael Golden is an American bestselling author and national award-winning journalist. A social change-maker in the field of community college education who has also worked for the Anti-Defamation League, he serves as a member of Vibe Israel’s Global Advisory Board.

In Ethical Tribing, you will learn:

  • How to get inside your kids’ shoes and see the world through their eyes, so that you finally understand how to relate to their life experience and respond better to their concerns
  • Why it will take 3 paradigm shifts in how we think in order to effect real change in the way the Next Generation perceives and engages with Israel
  • How social media is so much more than just another communication platform — and what you must do to leverage it for Israel and the Jewish People’s benefit
  • The 4 steps to shift young people from being indifferent about Israel to becoming dedicated advocates for it
  • The secret benefits of investing your energy into positively promoting Israel amongst those willing to listen, rather than focusing all your efforts on trying to sway the naysayers (usually without success)
  • 6 tried-and-tested tactics, making up the acronym R.E.S.P.C.T., to dramatically transform the way young people think and feel about Israel
  • The 3 core narratives of Israel’s story that are proven to appeal highly to young people — Jewish and non-Jewish — and the one sentence that pulls the story together in such a way that keeps them coming back for more
  • Why social media is the least effective platform to successfully advocate for Israel when the situation on the ground flares up…
  • …And the 3 surprisingly counterintuitive steps for how to behave differently the next time it does in order to achieve dramatically better results for you personally, and for the Jewish People collectively
  • Real-life examples and case studies of the tactics and methods other countries use to successfully engage relevant audiences, and how Israel can use the very same tactics to its immediate benefit

I Only Wanted to Live: The Struggle of a Boy to Survive the Holocaust


A broad picture of the Holocaust from the point of view of a child

This book is a memoir of a child who is swept into the whirlwind of the Holocaust. The epic history is narrowed down to the struggle of a single boy nicknamed Leosz to survive the war. From age 7 to age 13, he endures all the horrors that the Holocaust brings upon the Jewish people. Life hangs on split-second timing, decision-making in impossibly cruel circumstances, incredible resourcefulness, luck and the help of others, even Germans.

In the Krakow Ghetto, Leosz is saved from three mass deportations to the death camps. He escapes the ghetto, survives for several weeks pretending to be a

Polish street child, and then goes into hiding. Although sentenced to die after being caught, he is instead miraculously reunited with his family in the Plaszow labor camp. A year later, father and son become slave laborers in the Gozen 2 camp in Austria, where his father perishes. Close to death himself, Leosz is finally liberated by the American army on May 5th, 1945.

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