In 1959 there was a global swastika epidemic. What does the last resurgence of this symbol of Jewish hatred tell us about the current one?
Why censoring Nazi imagery in student theater isn’t good for anyone
The same symbol whose sight would make me feel uncomfortable, even unsafe, back home, sparked in me some sort of relief and sympathy on this distant island
Make what’s ugly into something that’s not
Growing up Hindu, I understood the swastika as a symbol of auspiciousness. But this week’s vandalism at The New School was a stark reminder of its appropriated—and very present—meaning: hate.
Someone, at night, made ‘land art’ while ruining a farmer’s crops
Wanna go for a ride? (Nah, I’m good, thanks.)
Some creep drew a swastika using human feces in a campus dorm. Pictures of it, and the corresponding police report, have been made public.
Tim Wolfe’s sluggish response to racism on campus, including a swastika drawn with human feces, has been met by a number of non-violent demonstrations
Swastika-brandished banner covers building doubling as a coordinating location for SS officer Alois Brunner and the round-up of Nice’s Jews
Graffiti in men’s room also disparaged African Americans
After a customer discovered it in the Hanukkah section at Walgreens
Congregations of Ner Zedek a target of anti-Semitic vandalism in the past
Deranged driver will lose his operator’s license for 30 days
Charged with criminal mischief and aggravated harassment as hate crimes
Ukraine’s far-right political party implicated, but its leaders condemn the act
Collage of swastikas and crossed out Israeli flags was a sixth grade assignment
Jewish teacher shows bruises, broken nose, and swastika drawn on chest