Hari Nef’s cover for No Man’s Land Magazine makes a bold and powerful statement.
Though some of the presentation is different, this story from the Forward on June 23, 1913, is all too familiar.
I gave him my number, wondering if these are the dates Portland people go on. I wasn’t keen about trekking through a forest alone with a strange man.
The “alt-right” uses humor and memes, allowing it to make racism and anti-Semitism seem cool, interesting, funny.
“Years before I could legally drive or vote, I completed a psychological gauntlet. It was my introduction to the stresses of adult life.
“Everything memorable — the invitations I wrote by hand; the bright-pink dress that my mother sewed for me; the food — was homemade.”
“This most iconic ritual has very little basis in Jewish texts.”
Harrison Ford, grandson of Jewish immigrants from Minsk, once said, “As a man I’ve always felt Irish; as an actor I’ve always felt Jewish”
Manhattan has gentrified over the decades during which Chast, a longtime New Yorker cartoonist, has observed it.
“When my grandparents arrived in the U.S., they were greeted by the Statue of Liberty. But noone is there to to welcome today’s refugees at LAX.”