Do we ignore Jewish poverty because it challenges our image as a ‘model minority’?
“There is a perception that Jewish poverty is an oxymoron. There is a tremendous sense of denial about how many Jews truly need help.”
Have American Jews been blind to anti-Semitism because it didn’t fit our own experiences? It’s possible that America isn’t what we thought it was.
Plenty of people have won the Peace Prize without bringing peace: Woodrow Wilson, Henry Kissinger, Yasir Arafat, even Barack Obama.
Pulitzer was strikingly brave. He had a strong sense of morality, of right and wrong, and he was willing to critique mercilessly.
Visiting the Yasser Arafat Museum in Ramallah can make a Jewish visitor uneasy.
“I have been fearless these last ten years because I have had to, but I was not alone.”
The term has become so weaponized and partisan that it’s become a counterproductive and demeaning slur.
“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.’