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Hearing that anti-Semitism is real didn’t make me feel better. It made me feel worse.
The dialogue amongst Democrats regarding anti-Semitism reminds American Jews why Israel as an escape route is so necessary.
Contrary to 92% of American Jews, JVP’s members do not support the right of Jewish people to have self-determination in their ancestral homeland.
Anti-Semitism, once reserved for the far left and right, has now entered the animal rights movement with a vengeance.
I agonized over what to write on my poster for the Women’s March this past Saturday.
Numerous black and brown Jews have expressed that by calling myself a person of color, I’m hurting and erasing them. So I stopped.
For Jewish and LGBTQ people, Women’s March Inc is like a bad boyfriend. First, they were everything we wanted. Then some bad habits kept creeping up.
Taking someone else’s money for a free trip and demanding the voyage fit your political perspective is entitlement.
But it wasn’t the right who asked Milano to comment on the Women’s March’s associations with Louis Farrakhan.It was me.