A commenter to my earlier post about Natalie Portman getting her first Christmas tree writes:
In 1936, 12 young Jewish girls in Hillside, NJ, faced a dilemma. At ages 7 and 8, they were interested in joining their local Brownie troop—but they and their families felt less than comfortable with troop’s choice of a local church as a meeting place when secular spaces were available. Worse, having faced some anti-Semitic behaviors at school, they were not sure they would be welcome as troop members.
On the latest Blabbermouth podcast, which I intend to finish listening to an an upcoming poodle-walk, reporter Sydney Brownstone, who has been covering the Standing Rock protests, turns to a more personal topic:
-Teen Vogue, a more politically-engaged publication than one might assume, posted a video with interviews with young Jewish women, on their reactions to Steve Bannon’s role as a top Trump advisor.
Right-wing-personality Ann Coulter once again proved her close ties to white nationalism by speaking at the annual “Writers Workshop” event put on by the anti-immigrant and white nationalist publishing house The Social Contract Press.