By Sruli Fruchter
As antisemitism skyrockets, both the left and the right have abandoned U.S. Jews
I pride myself on being an unapologetic Jew. Donning a black knit yarmulke on my head, with white tassels known as tzizit flowing from the corners of my shirt, I walk through New York City with a confidence my Holocaust-survivor grandparents could never know. But now, as a 20-year-old college student living in New York…
The college is Christian. Its point guard wears a yarmulke.
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