We ask because we know that for every “no” or angry, privileged Jew who stomps off, there’s another Jew who has never had access to a set of tefillin.
The debate on Wonder Woman’s “Whiteness” reveals flaws in the urrent progressive discourse on privilege and discrimination.
I do not see evidence of an epidemic of checking of Anne Frank’s privilege among young progressives today. And thank goodness.
I’d much rather see an essay prompt asking teens to learn what that “No Ban, No Wall” is in reference to.
Unlike ‘white,’ ‘Jewish’ is a proudly non-essentialist identity that is color-blind, country-blind and belief-blind, Dan Friedman writes.
“For a good many white people in the U.S.,” notes Andersen, “‘privilege’ is not a word they relate to.”
Claire Schwartz on what it means to be Jewish, white, and privileged — and on the temptation to enjoy luxury rather than taking action.
If you cower in the face of the progressive left or the alt-right, you are rejecting all the things that we have worked for, Noam Neusner writes.
Samantha Yi is the grandchild of a Jewish Holocaust survivor and a kidnapped Korean mechanic. As a double minority growing up in America, does she get twice the privilege — or twice the discrimination?
The indefatigable web comic Jessie Kahnweiler is back with a new video, this one highlighting white privilege — the idea that whites can get away with doing something that would be way more likely to get a person of color arrested.