A dialogue on prejudice in 21st-century America.
After being torn apart by anti-Semites, its restoration is threatened by woke anti-Americanism.
The music of Thomas LaRue.
A key component of both groups’ identities.
“He sings with a real Jewish turn, with a real Jewish moan and sigh.”
Rosa Parks, Bayard Rustin, and the “opiate of the Arabs.”
“I have always felt at home in the Jewish world.”
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.