This isn’t the first time Newman has started some actor-vism on Twitter.
Their first manager was Jewish. They first played with a Jewish blues guitarist. They even used Yiddish in a Top 40 hit.
“Very talented and ambitious Jewish merchants saw possibilities in China, and expanded into the opium trade.”
“If anything, when they closed down the borders — it made me think. If I have to be closed in, where do I want to be?”
Jewish store owners recount a night of looting and protests in Los Angeles.
In the week since George Floyd’s death in the custody of Minneapolis police, Jewish organizations have been speaking out in solidarity.
Say no more: “Our thoughts and prayers are with you!”
Twitter users called Gadot a “war criminal” and someone who “knows knows all about how violent oppression of a permanent ethnic underclass works.”
As a writer, much of what I write about comes to me in very strange and unexpected ways.
American Jews, please nurture your nausea, your discomfort, your anger. Raise your voice, open your wallet, vote for change.
The film topped the global box office in mid-May thanks to (relatively) strong numbers from its South Korean release.
“While we are sad that this has happened, we continue to stand in solidarity with those marching to make their voices heard.”
It is the first evidence of the use of a mind-altering substance to bring worshippers to a state of ecstasy in Judaism.
Protesters in Jerusalem and Jaffa calling for justice compared the incident to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
A Jewish teenager who created a “Tikkun Olam means Black Lives Matter” graphic design is selling regalia to benefit the NAACP.
This worry is so embedded in the Jewish psyche that we have built religious customs for it.
It is the public health crisis of 1918 with the racial violence of 1968 and a Lindbergh-style fascistic leader at the helm.