“In what bizarro world are the victims of an undeniable war crime also the victims of erasure on college campuses across the United States?”
“It no longer serves us to be so buttoned-up, because American society is so much less buttoned-up.”
“Stop acting like the benign ocean water that fuels the hurricane passing overhead. Instead, be the hurricane.”
“What if we decided that widespread antisemitism had irreparably ruined these universities and their once-lofty reputations?”
“Our pain must show us that there is no war against one part of us that isn’t a war on all of us.”
“We are in the paradoxical situation, as a people who love peace, of saying to the world, ‘We must wreak more destruction.’”
“When you encounter anyone you know — or even those you don’t know — failing this most basic of moral tests, call them out. Every time. And repeatedly.”
The limits of Jewish inclusion
What does our alphabet soup of activist nonprofits say about us?
How do these custodians of culture fit into our lives today? What purposes do they serve?