On Friday, the pro-Israel, pro-peace lobbying group J Street took an unprecedented step: It rescinded its endorsement of Rashida Tlaib.
Rather than piling on these young women of color with their historic victories, we should recognize our own community’s struggles regarding Israel.
Can you be racist against white people? Central to today’s culture wars, it’s a question in which Jews have a lot at stake.
One of the most important questions facing Jews on the Left today is whether there is a difference between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.
The walkout uproar tells us a lot more about the state of that relationship than it does about a free trip to Israel.
In having a perfectly reasonable point of view about Israel, Ocasio-Cortez become a punching bag for both left and right.
We should all resist the urge to smear a young candidate who shares the mainstream Jewish community’s values and is willing to learn more.
The bill is not anti-Semitic. But it’s a terrible bill nonetheless, one that Ireland’s government should not sign into law.
At a time when nine GOP candidates have ties to Nazis or white nationalists, it’s shameful to attack Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as “bad for the Jews.”
We on the left must learn how to separate nationalism from racism. Nationalism is the only way we’ll ever be truly free of racism.