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The Cowardice of American Jewish Academia

By Daniel B. Markind Three weeks ago, Alan Dershowitz gave a speech at the University of California, Berkeley in which he laid out the liberal...

Freedom Sunday: An Example of Bipartisan Support and Intergroup Cooperation

By Marcia Bronstein In 1987, with only three years of experience at the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, I was selected to work on a...

Anti-Semitism in America Has Many Sources

By Steve Feldman, Lee Bender and Kevin Ross There seems to be a renewed interest in the timeless scourge of anti-Semitism and a new awareness...

Supporting Israel to Defeat Anti-Semitism at Georgetown

By Jason Langsner Georgetown University has fallen victim to three acts of anti-Semitism on campus in the few short weeks since the beginning of the...

The Plame Truth About Anti-Semitism in America

By Gary C. Gambill No one born into this world makes it very far without developing subconscious prejudices of one kind or another. These socially constructed...

Modesty Has Nothing to Do With It

In response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the flood of women coming forward to participate in the #MeToo social media campaign, there have...

Remembering Eisenhower’s Contributions to Holocaust Remembrance

By David Adelman In today’s fractured America, the importance of Holocaust remembrance is readily apparent. In recent years, our national discourse has been marked by toxic...

Maybe Modesty Is Exactly What Society Needs

By Rabbi Moshe Brennan In the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, it seems that people react in one of two ways. Some want all...

Why We Remain Enthusiastic Trumpsters

By Robert B. Sklaroff and Lynne K. Lechter An Exponent letter-writer recently suggested that advocates for Donald Trump had grown silent, presumably embarrassed by his...

Taking a Knee, Standing Up for Justice

By David L. Abramson The term “take a knee” has long been associated with professional sports, but in the past year or so, and especially...