It’s our ‘Chai’ episode, number 18! For the interview, we talked about the recent Jews of Color National Convening with conference organizer Leo Ferguson and Montreal activist Hirut Eyob. We were also joined by Josh Nathan Kazis (Forward) and Aviva Stahl.
Erika Davis pens a useful guide for journalists on how NOT to exoticize Jews of color: listen, don’t assume, and do good research.
We Jews of color each have our complexities to mull over, but we need to recognize that we have been given a gift.
Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews play a vital role in ending systems of racism, white supremacy, and cultural dominance that keep us apart.
Jews of color should oppose “diversity” in synagogues and Jewish spaces, writes Mark Tseng Putterman, unless they are explicitly anti-racist.
Jewschool is proud to partner with the first Jews of Color National Convening on May 1-3 in NYC and to host a series written by Jews of color about their movement for greater racial justice within and by the American Jewish community.