A run-in at NYU reveals the unavoidable truth: The war for the soul of the left will be fought over anti-Semitism.
A recent panel event featuring the founding mother of ‘intersectionality’ highlighted the promise and peril of our intersectional moment
Singling out ‘white Jews’ isn’t progress, it’s just more of the same prejudice and exclusion from the Women’s March
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
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
Millions of women mobilized against gender inequality and the election of Donald Trump in 2016. But only four of them ended up at the top—and the consequences have been enormous.
Third in a series on the American left: a tale of buried treasure
If the march leadership doesn’t take action now, the march itself will become a footnote as other women take the reins of American feminism for themselves
Teresa Shook, who came up with the idea for the march, says its current leaders allowed anti-Semitism to become part of the group’s platform
The actress hasn’t been afraid to speak her mind on the Israeli government, Hollywood misogyny, and causes she believes in. So when will she take a stand on the anti-Semitism problem within her own movement?
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
Unless the Women’s March can live up to its own ideals it will destroy itself with hate
Finally, a first daughter brave enough to take on Farrakhan
The Women’s March leader delivered a racist rant on her recent visit to Israel. We deserve much better than that.
Mallory, who previously dubbed Farrakhan the “greatest of all time,” was less fulsome about the premier Jewish civil rights organization
The strange and inspiring history of “Mir Velen Zei Iberleben,” or “We Will Outlive Them”
Another so-called social justice movement, another case of hating Jews
But the actress is still focused an issue that’s near and dear to her: women’s rights
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