We all suffer from the ills of racism because we are all a product of a system designed to privilege one group of people over another.
A discriminatory gang injunction drove Blacks from my Latino and Jewish neighborhood
Zach Banner speaks out for Black and Jewish understanding
From now on, I’m going to do far less talking about being a Jew and far more actually being a Jew.
“This is not a matter of putting up a sign: Black Lives Matter. It’s a matter of learning who we are.”
“There are very few ways we can know the people who fed into our gene pool. But when we eat the same food, there’s this sense of continuity.”
Jewish day schools are rethinking how they teach students about American racism. Among the subjects they’ll have to examine? Their own history.
“It felt like a call to do something that would really amplify our collective voice.”
“The rhetoric that is in the background doesn’t just disappear. It’s not going to go away once these protests are over or once it’s died down.”
“He seemed to exist on the periphery of immigrant Ashkenazic life. He lived in a Jewish soundscape.”
“Media is the way we learn who is important, who is ‘normal.’”
“The community needed a racially sensitive and inclusive COVID-19 fund, so we created one.”
“I don’t hate Jews because they’re Jews — I don’t hate Jews, period.”
The early 1960s marked the high point of the black-Jewish alliance, which was always complex and had its roots back in the early 20th century.
Hundreds of rabbis have offered prayers in Congress since 1860.
How can AEPi’s leadership be connected with an organization that affiliates with individuals who want to see the demise of the Jewish people.