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Statement from the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland and Lake Catholic High School May 25, 2022 – Catholic Diocese of Cleveland

| May 27, 2022

Last week, Lake Catholic and the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland learned of the very serious allegations of anti-Semitism at a Lake Catholic Orange High School varsity lacrosse game, including the appearance of a swastika on the back of the leg of a Lake Catholic player.

Slavery, Anti-Semitism and Harvards Missing Moral Compass – The Wall Street Journal

| May 20, 2022

A recent report, Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery, notes that the universitys faculty, staff and leaders held more than 70 black slaves between 1636, when Harvard was founded, and 1783, when Massachusetts abolished slavery. In atonement, President Lawrence Bacow reports, the university intends to dedicate $100 million of its endowment to help address the persistent corrosive effects of those historical practices on individuals, on Harvard, and on our society.

The Intersectionality of Hate – The Atlantic

| May 20, 2022

The idea is if we dont look out the white race will bewill be utterly submerged. Its all scientific stuff; its been proved. These are not the words of the teenager who walked into a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday to hunt down Black Americans, although they might as well be

Philadelphias Jewish history museum reopens after bankruptcy and a 2-year shutdown – The Philadelphia Inquirer

| May 20, 2022

The Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History opened this past weekend for the first time since the pandemic lockdown shut its doors in March 2020. That would be cause enough for museum officials to celebrate. But theres more.

Israel Observes Holocaust Remembrance Day Amid a Global Rise of Anti …

| May 8, 2022

JERUSALEM, Israel On Thursday, millions of Israelis stood still for two minutes to honor the victims of the Nazi genocide on Holocaust Remembrance Day. People stopped their daily work and drivers stood by their parked cars in the middle of the road to remember the six million who were murdered.

Governor Abbott Appoints Parker, Names Goldberg Chair Of Texas Holocaust, Genocide, And Anti-Semitism Advisory Commission – Office of the Texas…

| April 30, 2022

April 27, 2022 | Austin, Texas | Appointment Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Sandra Hagee Parker to the Texas Holocaust, Genocide, and Anti-Semitism Advisory Commission for a term set to expire on February 1, 2025. Additionally, Governor Abbott has named Ken Goldberg as Chair of the commission.

University of Maryland’s Anti-Semitism Task Force Chief …

| April 27, 2022

Campus Diversity officer said Israel was engaged in 'ongoing genocide and ethnic cleansing of Palestine' The diversity officer at the helm of the University of Maryland's anti-Semitism task force claimed in a Facebook post that Israel was engaged in an "ongoing genocide and ethnic cleansing of Palestine." Jazmin Pichardo, the assistant director for diversity training and education for the university's Office of Diversity and Inclusion, shared a series of anti-Israel posts in May 2021. Two Jewish alumni who are part of the school's Jewish Identity Programming Advisory Committeeconfronted Pichardo over the posts after she was put at the helm of the committee, which is tasked with fighting anti-Jewish bias on campus

Rabbi Calls for Education and Leadership to Combat Hate Crimes in New Jersey –

| April 18, 2022

The epidemic of bias crimes in New Jersey shows no signs of easing. The Attorney Generals office found bias crimes here were up almost 30% in 2021.

Are Global Autocracies Here to Stay? – Northeastern University

| April 18, 2022

Viktor Orban, Hungarys far-right populist prime minister, was re-elected last week in a landslide victory that pro-democracy advocates fear sends a hair-raising signal to the rest of the world: the rise in autocratic leadership witnessed across the globe in recent decades is not going away. An ally of fellow authoritarian Russian President Vladimir Putin and endorsed by former U.S

The return of the anti-Dreyfusards is possible – The Hindu

| April 18, 2022

For many French citizens, Marine Le Pen is no longer viewed as a danger to the historical values of an egalitarian France For many French citizens, Marine Le Pen is no longer viewed as a danger to the historical values of an egalitarian France The political confrontation between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen in the second round of the presidential election in France is far from being a done deal. Many political figures on the Left and the Right, such as the socialist, Anne Hidalgo, the communist, Fabien Roussel, the candidate of the Republicans, Valrie Pcresse, and the environmentalist, Yannick Jadot, on the side of the French ecologists, have called to vote for the outgoing President. Yet, the right-wing candidate, ric Zemmour, despite his disagreements with Marine Le Pen, called for a vote for her

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