An open letter from one of the group’s earliest critics offers thanks to the march leaders for what they’ve gotten right and suggestions for what they need to do now
Can the freewheeling, independent pro-wrestling circuit drop the Nazi gimmicks and become more socially responsible without losing its gonzo charm?
New information from two participants at the first Women’s March meeting contradicts statement by current co-chair and corroborates a ‘contentious conversation’ about race and Jewishness took place
Chants of ‘Kill the Jew,’ according to witnesses
When anti-Semitic tropes are used to score cheap political points, violence follows. It always has.
And how is it possible that some Jews are still shocked that they’re hated in America?
The results are in and the good news is that voters rejected four of the public officials from our list. The bad news is that they kept the other four in office.
Is American anti-Semitism really distinctive from that of other diaspora countries? Just how worried should we be?
The spread of misleading information on hate crimes is counterproductive in the fight against real and rising anti-Semitism
A shooter who opened fire during Shabbat services Saturday morning is reported to be in police custody
Jill Kargman’s account of anti-Semitic bullying at her son’s school echoes the tale told in one of the first American novels to confront the prejudice against Jews in ‘respectable” society.’
A surgery unexpectedly collides with unfathomable hate—and brings about a moment of clarity
“It’s like I wasn’t a person to him anymore”
“I grew up in America in late forties, and if we said the word Jew, we whispered it. This will not save us in the 21st century.”
A new survey brings to light the late-19th and early 20th-century history of vicious American anti-Semitic caricature