What is escalation, if not the recognition of life-threatening crisis and the seeking of means to confront it? When we don’t escalate, we recognize the inverse: our White, Jewish lives don’t depend on confronting Trump’s murderous racism.
A new issue ad, a hunger strike, and solidarity organizing in Texas–just another week in the fight for immigration justice.
There’s no reason to doubt the existence of real crossover appeal between the growing neo-Confederate movement and ultra-Zionism, and there shouldn’t even be anything all that surprising about it.
When my parents sat me and my sister down for a family meeting, sometime in the back half of the year 2000, I can’t remember
Report from Bend the Arc’s first National Gathering and Congressional visit.
I’ll gladly leave the problematic power dynamics and historical inaccuracies of Leida Snow’s piece in the Forward to the very able responses already published. I
Max Socol is an organizer and educator in North Carolina. This post is the fifth in Jewschool’s series of reflections on Judaism, Jewish identity, race