“That was the biggest f—-ing mistake I’ve made.”
J Street called a flyer tying Leslie Cockburn to Charlottesville neo-Nazi marchers one of the most “disgusting political attacks we’ve ever seen.”
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It may be a fun exercise to dunk on your political, but for the long-term health of our political discourse, it’s much more effective to be kind.
“Really, it’s not about ideology; it’s about a broken search for identity, community and purpose,” he said of the growing alt-right movement.
Unlike the president, Ivanka Trump did single out white supremacy and neo-Nazism.
In the days before the one-year anniversary of the Charlottesville rally, we can’t help but question Kessler’s heritage.
In our terrified reaction to anti-Semitism, many Jews lost sight of the anti-Black racism that brought Neo-Nazis to Charlottesville.
Communities of color, LGBTQ communities, and others are just as much a target of neo-Nazis as Jews are — and it’s important we fight for them, too.
“It’s important to remember that extremist activity is…an issue faced by communities every day across the country,” said ADL CEO.