On Corbyn, antisemitism and things Jewish

Davina Cooper and Didi Herman Yet another episode in the story of Jeremy Corbyn’s antisemitism. This time from 2012, in expressed support for a graffiti artist’s free speech rights after the artist’s painting of white bankers playing monopoly on the backs of the globe’s dispossessed was declared offensive for its racist caricatures of Jews. And […]

Please don’t go…

The grocery store killings in Paris entered public discourse. They became a story about Jews, security, and anti-Semitism – about Jewish futures and lack of future in Europe, and about Israel’s assertion of protective custody. Western leaders meanwhile have spoken earnestly about the need to protect Jews better so that they will stay. But this language […]