The Notes app apology is well known. Now we have a new variation — the antisemitism apology — made after comparing vaccines to the Holocaust.
“Camp Confidential” tells the story of P.O. Box 1142, where Jewish soldiers entertained and recruited Nazi scientists.
“Muslim students are learning the critical history and suffering of Jews,” said Mehnaz Afridi, the professor who developed the curriculum.
“We have Yiddish pornography, and we’ve gotten the sermons of Rabbi Schneerson. That’s a people, that’s a civilization.”
“Right now in this country, I don’t know that you can open minds with an opera,” he said. “But I think we can respond.”
“Have the day you deserve,” the Israeli octogenarian said on TikTok.
In Larry David’s orbit, the righteous too must consider the ethics of the “chat and cut” and one’s duty to respect wood.
Third graders were forced to pretend to shoot each other and be in a gas chamber. One student had to act out Hitler’s death by suicide.
Project Kesher Ukraine raised the alarm until the sweatshirt was removed.
A powerful MOCA exhibit of Maryan explores the Holocaust, immigration, and trauma