Rather than piling on these young women of color with their historic victories, we should recognize our own community’s struggles regarding Israel.
Catcalling and peacocking have never been about sex — they’re both just a cry for dominance and attention.
“Not only am I eager to discuss the issues with you, I’m willing to offer $10,000 to your campaign today for you to come on our Sunday special.”
“We need to educate her on the Jewish community of New York.”
Crowley is still technically on the Working Families Party ballot.
“This is a conversation that I’m sitting down with lots of activists in this movement on and I’m looking forward to engaging this conversation.”
“Middle Eastern politics is not exactly at my kitchen table every night,” she said. “But I also recognize that this is an intensely-important issue.”
We should all resist the urge to smear a young candidate who shares the mainstream Jewish community’s values and is willing to learn more.
At a time when nine GOP candidates have ties to Nazis or white nationalists, it’s shameful to attack Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as “bad for the Jews.”
“.@SalazarSenate18 isn’t the next me,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted, “she’s the first HER.”