“In some ways, what I ended up studying was the origin of fake news.”
It’s time for this generation of Jews and Blacks to be the generation that marches together again.
Rosenstein lauded the president’s law and order policies, and even quoted from his inaugural address – at a talk to the NAACP.
Mort Klein, president of the Zionist Organization Of America, is standing by a quote he gave to a magazine about black people being good dancers.
An Orthodox-dominated public school board in Rockland County, New York, is facing a new round of protests this week after an elected non-Jewish board member’s term was sliced from two years to one.
In railing against the N-word, the white Jewish head of the Phoenix, Ariz. NAACP used the T-word, and then dropped an F-bomb when he apologized.
More than 150 Reform Jewish rabbis are marching with the NAACP from the Deep South to the U.S. capital to promote social justice.
The Rachel Dolezal story has touched a historic nerve for Jews, Allison Kaplan Sommer writes. We’ve sometimes passed as black — and there have been fake ‘wannabe Jews,’ too.
Is the Ku Klux Klan going politically correct? A branch of the hate group now vows ‘to include Jews, black people, homosexuals and those of Hispanic origin.’
In 1964, two young Jewish New Yorkers, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwermer, along with black native Mississippian James Chaney, were brutally murdered by members of the Ku Klux Klan.