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Amy Albertson, Social Media Coach and Jewish Activist

Many young Jews and Zionists today are grappling with their identity. What does it mean to be Jew? What does it mean to be a Zionist? How do those identities intersect with other parts of who I am? How do I deal with people online telling me my Judaism is a problem?

Amy Albertson, a professional Social Media Coach and Jewish activist, has dealt with these questions her whole life as a Chinese-American-Jewish woman. Host Steven Shalowitz sits down with Amy to talk about Zionism and how her exper

Holocaust survivor hits back after Whoopi Goldberg again plays down racial motive

A Holocaust survivor has lashed out at Whoopi Goldberg after she doubled down on her controversial views about the Holocaust not being about race which she made earlier this year.

“My best friend said, ‘Not for nothing is there no box on the census for the Jewish race. So that leads me to believe that we’re probably not a race’,” said Ms Goldberg in an interview with The Times.

Ms Goldberg, who was promoting her new movie Till added that” “It wasn’t originally” about race saying that the Nazis

In Brooklyn, One Photographer Captured Joy Among Holocaust Survivors This Hanukkah

Every Friday, Mayan Toledano drives her silver Volvo convertible—decorated with a dancing Elvis hanging from the rearview mirror and a pink cowboy propped on the dashboard—to deep corners of Brooklyn like Sheepshead Bay and Brighton Beach to deliver food to food-insecure Holocaust survivors. These survivors are members of Connect2, a program created by the Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island. This time, Toledano will celebrate Hanukkah and light a menorah with the survivors. “I now

Iran is a Jewish issue. Why is the community silent?

At least 488 Iranians have been killed since the women-led protests began in September. Over 18,000 are reported to be arrested, and as of now, two have been executed, hung to death from construction cranes after being tortured into false confessions and sentenced in sham trials.

The world has not been completely unmoved to action by the shocking death of 22-year-old Kurdish-Iranian woman Mahsa Jina Amini for “improperly” wearing her hijab. Just this week the United Nations expelled Iran from i

Hen Mazzig: Fighter and Proud Mizrahi Jew

Take a look at Hen Mazzig’s Instagram bio and you’ll get a taste of who he is: “I love being Jewish 10x more than anyone hates me for it. Son of Amazigh+Iraqi refugees.”

The young influencer has more than 155,000 followers between Instagram and Facebook, and he spends his time posting his support for Israel and his defense of the Jewish people. Now, he’s released “The Wrong Kind of Jew: A Mizrahi Manifesto,” a book that’s part memoir, part proclamation about how Mizrahi Jews are often misunders

It’s Not the Antisemitism Your Grandparents Warned You About

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