Post-election outreach between Jewish and Muslim groups in Chicago reached a new level of depth and intensity over a varied series of meetings last week.
The Reverend Jesse Jackson convened a meeting of leaders from Chicago’s Jewish, Muslim, and Christian communities February 24 to discuss ways to fight the recent outpouring of hate crimes, particularly against Jews and Muslims.
Reverend Jesse Jackson turns 75 on October 8. We look back at some of the highlights and lowlights of his relationship with the Jewish community with special appearances by Lou Reed, Ed Koch and Joe Lieberman.
The Anti-Defamation League will surely find a new chief when Abe Foxman retires next year. But J.J. Goldberg writes it can never replace Foxman — and it won’t be the same ADL.
Israeli leaders almost never suffer any consequences for making outrageous racist remarks. Why not apply the same standards that we did to Jesse Jackson and ‘Hymie-town’?