“Race is new for white people, and that’s part of the problem. Jewish whiteness and the Jewish relationship to racism is different.”
The Jewish vice chair of the Massachusetts Republican State Committee, Tom Mountain, is using his personal experience with COVID-19 to appeal to his “fellow Republican men” to get vaccinated.
In an escalating row with Brandeis University, President Ron Liebowitz released a statement on Tuesday announcing that he would not accept an offer from the university’s Board of Trustees for a one-year contract. The dispute appears to be over missed fundraising targets over the past year.
Those who’ve paid attention to Jewish media world in the past week have seen the dramatic build up and sudden dissipation of the story about Tufts University junior Max Price, an outspoken pro-Israel member of the student government, and the Tufts Students for Justice in Palestine group. Price became the cause celebre du jour for one hot second in the ongoing debate about whether pro-Israel students are being targeted in an antisemitic way on American college campuses.
“Heavy metal saved my life. It expressed my rage at being a kid with a disability who was different.”
Robbie Goldstein, another Jewish progressive seeking to unseat a more conservative Democrat, fell short in the state’s 8th District.
“I want to be clear that every relationship I’ve had has been consensual,” Morse said.
Nearly a decade after taking the reins in a Massachusetts city of 40,000, he is facing a powerful incumbent and aligning himself with “the Squad.”
The targeted facility is located within one square mile of three synagogues, a Jewish school and a JCC.
“We do not want our family, friends and neighbors to become statistics,” the Massachusetts Board of Rabbis said in a statement.