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Has there been a recent increase in public displays of black antisemitism? That’s certainly been my impression. Apparently, I’m not alone. While I suspect this is just a specific manifestation of a general trend, it’s still frustrating. We’re in a moment of the most significant civil rights activism seen in the United States in decades. […]

Making Allies

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On November 28, 2018

My former colleague, Shana Bernstein, has good things to say on the importance of forging alliances across race and class lines to disrupt rising racist rhetoric, policy, and violence. The recent rash

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Uh…….. If running away from an angry mob sounds like something you’d want to do with your kids, there’s now an escape room for you. A company called One Before is building what it bills as “Jewish escape room” offering a “meshugeneh amount of family fun and inspiration” at 1905 Ave. M in Brooklyn’s Midwood […]
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Right to Work a Man to Death

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On January 14, 2017
A key reminder that the intellectual founder of the right to work a man to death movement was Vance Muse, anti-Semite, racist, and anti-worker. Of course these things are not unconnected. Neither are they today as Kentucky destroys its unions and Missouri may well do the same, building on the many states to do so […]
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