Balancing the universal and the particular.
The City Game.
“The Harlem Ghetto: Winter 1948.”
In the end, the death of two Yiddish artists may have finally broken Robeson’s Communist resolve.
Mangling the facts while ignoring anti-Semitism.
It’s no “Black Lives Matter.”
Birthright for African-Americans.
And tried to call attention to the Holocaust.
The dangers of the politics of rage.
And the priestly blessing.
And to ignore, or propagate, anti-Semitism.
Remembering how Zionism shaped African-American politics.
A new film tells his story.