The Black-Jewish alliance has historically been rooted as much in common interests as in common dreams.4
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.66
From now on, I’m going to do far less talking about being a Jew and far more actually being a Jew.
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.36
We support peace with everyone, as long as they treat Israel as a useful ally rather than an easy target.10
This article has been sent!Close