Mitchell Halberstadt has been a lifelong activist, dissident, an investigative journalist and a published poet, whose work has appeared in a wide variety of alternative publications. He lives in Oakland, California.
By Mitchell Halberstadt
What I’ve Learned as a Gay Jew in America
In the Forward , Peter Fox writes of “What Being Gay Taught Me about Zionism.” Peter’s voice as a gay Jewish American — and connecting those aspects of his identity — is one among many. At age 68, mine is another. I don’t presume to speak for all my peers, but a history lesson (however…
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