“We have to change the relationship to make people feel like journalism is here to serve them.”
‘On election night, in the past, everything was for men. This year, after Aliza won, the whole city center was dancing in circles.’
“We are not doomed to live together. We are destined to live together.”
“Don’t tell me — or any other Jew — that I hate a precious part of myself. Just don’t.”
It is strange to learn of Amos Oz’s death while in Jerusalem, on the eve of Shabbat
Amos Oz was branded a heretic for his stance on Palestine. American Jews are more accepting of him now, and he’s not quite sure what to make of that.
“It seems to me that is our right as Americans to use our purchasing power to boycott or “buycott” according to our beliefs.”
Yes, Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam helped make Chicago’s streets safer. But that can no longer be an excuse to tolerate his bigotry.
In honoring TIME’s journalists, let us not forget that the threats against the media are enabled and enhanced by political leaders like ours.
“Anti-Semitism is real and dangerous and deserving of serious attention. But let’s remember to talk about something else, too.”