Carly Pildis is a political organizer and advocacy professional based in Washington, D.C. Her Twitter feed is @carlypildis.
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Even the Women’s March Apology Erases Jewish Women

The movement’s leaders treat calls for accountability from Jewish allies as personal attacks or right-wing smears, but the criticism they face is the result of their own actions

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Enough Is Enough: Alyssa Milano Drops Support for Women’s March

Unless the Women’s March can live up to its own ideals it will destroy itself with hate

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Stop Erasing the Jewish Victims of Anti-Semitic Violence

Why do so many Americans seem uncomfortable with the particular nature of the attack—its apparent motive, its specific victims—in Pittsburgh?

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Anti-Zionism Has No Place in the Progressive Movement

Campus Week: A guide for Jewish students and their elders

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My Happy American Multicultural Family Is Frightened

‘Every day there are new questions: What does it mean to raise a black Jewish daughter in the age of Trump? How do we keep her safe? How do we give her a Judaism that will embrace and love her?’

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How Jewish Progressives Can Stand Up Against Left Anti-Semitism

We must fight progressive anti-Semitism from the inside, before it destroys the social justice movements we helped to build—and alters the core values and political attachments of American Jewry

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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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