By Maya Mirsky
In ‘Mapping Jewish San Francisco,’ a treasure trove of Bay Area Jewish history goes on display
Much of the historical material is being seen publicly for the first time
A California hate crimes bill separates Nazi symbols from Hindu swastikas
It could be a first for an official piece of U.S. hate crimes legislation.
Torahs packed, California synagogues on high alert as wildfires bear down
(JTA) — SAN FRANCISCO (J. the Jewish News of Northern California via JTA) — When the evacuation orders came last night, Guerneville resident Sonia Tubridy and her daughter packed the car and left, joining a caravan of vehicles fleeing the North Bay area and the fires that threatened to engulf them. Tubridy, cultural director of…
Prominent law firm partners who made offensive comments about Jews and others resign
Why is the name of ‘the most vicious antisemite in the English-speaking world’ still so prominent at Cornell?
The far left and far right are equally antisemitic? A new study suggests otherwise
Elon Musk is the most dangerous antisemite in America
In Case You Missed It
That $65 million deal to sell AJU’s main campus? It just fell through.
Israel’s historic U-20 World Cup soccer run comes to an end with loss to Uruguay
I’m retired and I don’t drive. How do I fill and face the days ahead?
The latest landmark on Boston’s Freedom Trail? A Nazi railcar
The Role of Journalism in Combating Antisemitism
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