The Women’s March leader delivered a racist rant on her recent visit to Israel. We deserve much better than that.
The Women’s March has been ignoring Jewish women and anti-Semitism from the start
The Farrakhan Problem: The problem is the demonization of whiteness. But there’s a cure.
All the News That’s Woke to Print
And are we prepared for postmodern activism and the new realities of the Jewish people?
Today on Jewcy: The other problem with the anti-Semitism panel at the New School.
Hatred gets a respectable cap and gown
“I must question my commitment to continued investment in a university that has seemingly institutionalized the anti-Semitism of the radical left,” Kenneth Bialkin wrote
Zioness is asking for an apology
There ought never to be a debate between those who fan the flames of hatred and those who suffer its consequences
Also opining will be the head of JVP, an ardent supporter of a terrorist convicted of murdering Jews
The symbolic politics of anti-Nazism in the age of Trump
Why do so many so-called progressives cry out against Zionism while accepting so much violence against women elsewhere in the Middle East?
With a vote for BDS, one part of the left heads for oblivion
The organization again puts politics above principle
The progressive activist responded to criticism from the CNN anchor by labeling him a Nazi
The activist version of Kathy Griffin meant to divide her audience while threatening Muslims who reject her extremism. She got away with it.
Hint: it’s not the one who embraces terrorists
Anti-Defamation League director Jonathan Greenblatt on how the organization navigates the boundaries of free speech
The Muslim American activist speaks at CUNY, where the twisted, anti-Semitic logic of the new left is that to be a good progressive, one must stand against Jewish self-assertion and national aspirations
‘I know a rat when I see one,’ said Love, referring to Sarsour’s fundraising tactics
Why have so many Jewish leaders put their weight behind an activist whose separatist rhetoric is cloaked in the flaccid language of human rights?