Anti-Semitism, Real and Imagined

Why some folks should keep their opinions and their “love,” to themselves

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As a general rule, I don’t ask English lit majors about the structural soundness of an interstate overpass.

I don’t rely on men to inform me as to whether or not rape culture is a thing.

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Anti-racism educator and author of 9 books, including White Like Me and, most recently, Dispatches from the Race War (City Lights, December 2020)

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Tim Wise

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Anti-racism educator and author of 9 books, including White Like Me and, most recently, Dispatches from the Race War (City Lights, December 2020)

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