Los Angeles Jewish Journal writer Danielle Berrin thought she was invited on Israel’s Channel 2 to talk about Jewish media in the diaspora on a visit Israel this week. But instead she found herself bombarded with questions about her groping.
Like so many women, Danielle Berrin was moved to tell her story of sexual assault after the release of the “Access Hollywood” tape in which Donald Trump bragged about grabbing and kissing women against their will.
Gabe Friedman explains why Ari Shavit’s fall from grace hit American liberal Zionists especially hard.
After high-profile author Ari Shavit made sexually suggestive comments to a J Street staffer, the woman said she was “scared out of my mind.”
Is Hillel’s cancellation of Avi Shavit’s book tour a reflection of true Jewish values, or a PR move in a changing landscape? Gerson weighs in.
Leading Israeli columnist and author Ari Shavit confirmed Thursday that he is the writer accused of sexual assault by an American journalist.
By this point, we all know the details of former CNN anchor Rick Sanchez’s fall from grace. As fast as he rose from fill-in anchor in the mid-2000s to host of a two-hour, social media-inspired afternoon broadcast, Rick’s List, he was out the door, taken down by one of the great taboos left standing in America: anti-Semitism.