Far easier than knowing what to say is to begin with what not to say — how not to respond.
Sometimes groups used anodyne-seeming phrases like “embrace your identity,” but other groups used explicitly anti-Semitic language.
Fighting BDS on campus helped unite Cornell’s Jewish community and showed the author what he wanted to do with his life.
It was the turn of the century. There was an uprising. I had just learned how to read.
“When we are faced with this type of darkness, there can only be one response: increasing the light,” the local Chabad director said.
“When it comes to Princeton … There’s always the fear of it people calling it anti-Semitic, even if you know it isn’t.”
An investigation finds that the board of NJY Camps knew for years about their executive director’s abusive behavior toward women.
“The location will be a different and temporary one, but we will be together this summer. There will be camp. Then, we will rebuild.”
Accountants and doctors played tug-of-war, pausing to take slugs of their IPAs. This may just be the key to the future of American Judaism.
An investigation into an allegedly anti-Semitic incident at Rutgers University is being reopened by federal authorities.