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It’s Not (Only) About Farrakhan

The Women’s March has been ignoring Jewish women and anti-Semitism from the start

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Microaggressions

Meme Wars: Why the racial future of America hinges upon Asian Americans

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What Farrakhan Shares With the Intersectional Left

The Farrakhan Problem: The problem is the demonization of whiteness. But there’s a cure.

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Stop Making Excuses for Louis Farrakhan’s Lunacy

The Farrakhan Problem: Why does an anti-Semite get a pass from the liberal left?

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The Bari Weiss Pile-On

Meme Wars: How the micro-grievances of different immigrant classes reflect a broader problem in our conception of race in America

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Is Feminist Lemonade Kosher?

Meme Wars: questioning our postmodern definitions of ‘equality’

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Major Feminist Site: Jew-Killing Terrorist is the Real Wonder Woman

Everyday Feminism shuns Gal Gadot, claims Rasmea Odeh is the real superhero

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It’s Time for Intersectionality to Include the Jews

Intersectional theory is uniquely suited to take on anti-Semitism. But intersectional activists often refuse to do so, perpetuating the prejudice instead.

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An Intersectional Failure: How Both Israel’s Backers and Critics Write Mizrahi Jews Out of the Story

Jews of color from the Middle East and North Africa comprise a plurality of Israel’s population, yet both the country’s supporters and detractors elide the Mizrahi experience. This needs to change.

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How Intersectionality Makes You Stupid

A gay-rights group, caving to anti-Israel extremists, decides to cancel an ‘intensely divisive’ Jewish event—and then, under opposite pressure, decides to include it. The flawed lesson? The victim who shouts the loudest gets what they want in today’s hyper-politicized cultural climate.

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