Gatecrashers Ep. 8: Declining Jewish student numbers, the changing face of the American university, and what happens in the generations after the gates are crashed
To save critical race theory, high-achieving minorities must be recast as the beneficiaries of hereditary privilege
In the wake of vandalism and assaults, religious leaders draw on their own history, as well as alliances with other denominations
An excerpt from the new book ‘An Inconvenient Minority’ explores how the Specialized High Schools Admissions Test propelled generations of Jewish, Asian, Black, and Hispanic New Yorkers to success, and why it’s now being dismantled
Who gets in, and why?
How the micro-grievances of different immigrant classes reflect a broader problem in our conception of race in America
An episode about similarities between Asians and Jews plays to stereotype
Asian-Jewish unions are producing some of the proudest Jews around
A new American portrait emerges
Two households, both alike in liking each other
Not quite the same as the Old Jews
An all-Asian troupe performs a musical about kosher caterers, short insomniacs, and hypochondriacs
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