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We Aren’t Who We Think We Are : Code Switch – NPR

| July 3, 2020

GENE DEMBY, HOST: I'm Gene Demby. SHEREEN MARISOL MERAJI, HOST: I'm Shereen Marisol Meraji.

Embattled Trump team cools on Netanyahu’s annexation bid – The National

| July 1, 2020

Support for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's planned annexation of much of the occupied West Bank appears to have waned in the US this week, with the Trump administration beset by a barrage of political setbacks. On Wednesday, Mr Netanyahu's self-imposed deadline, Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi said it was likely there would be no announcement.

Respect and understanding can defeat racism and bigotry, Archbishop Gregory says in discussion with rabbi – My catholic standard

| June 30, 2020

While America grapples with racism and bigotry and other societal ills, Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory said that people must reach out to one another, learn about others different from themselves and rediscover that all religions teach that hatred is wrong.

Meet the Orthodox woman tasked with mending Israel-Diaspora ties – The Jewish News of Northern California

| June 30, 2020

Omer Yankelevich is the new minister of Diaspora affairs in Israel, meaning shes in charge of managing the Jewish states relations with Jewish communities abroad. It has never been an easy task, but tensions in recent years between Israel and the United States, as well as other international Jewish communities, have boiled to all-time highs over several high-profile social, political and religious disagreements.

The fallout from Eliot Engels likely defeat and a look at other primaries – Forward

| June 27, 2020

WASHINGTON (JTA) Jamaal Bowman, the middle school principal who challenged longtime Rep.

LETTER: Greenwich Schools Must Diversify Their Faculty; Update Curriculum to Include Narratives of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color – Greenwich…

| June 26, 2020

Open Letter to Greenwich Schools Superintendent Dr.Toni Jones and Deputy Superintendent Anne Carabillo from Nina Hirai, Greenwich High School Class of 19, Wesleyan University Class of 2023 Dear Greenwich PS Administrators and Staff, The recent instances of police brutality against the Black community have propelled the nation to reflect on its history of oppression and racism. With such reflection, Greenwich students felt encouraged to also reflect on our own experiences with race and diversity within the Greenwich Public School (GPS) system K-12

The link between George Orwell, George Floyd and the Jews opinion – The Jerusalem Post

| June 26, 2020

George Orwells iconic book 1984 depicts a dystopian post-revolutionary world in which an all-powerful Party rules a totalitarian universe through the use of Thought Police.In Part Two of the prophetic novel, the protagonist of the story, Winston Smith, tries to impress upon Julia, the woman with whom he is having a dangerous and forbidden love affair, why it is so impossible to rebel against mind control. Do you realize that the past, starting from yesterday, has been actually abolished? he asks rhetorically, during one their trysts, while recounting tales of his time as a forger of records.

The BroadsheetDAILY ~ 6/25/20 ~ The Election Is Over, But the Counting Continues – ebroadsheet.com

| June 26, 2020

Lower Manhattans Local News Tally Dally The Election Is Over, But the Counting Continues The preliminary results in the contested race to represent the 65th Assembly District (which stretches from the Battery to Vesey Street on the West Side and traces a jagged line between Broadway and the East River, topping out just above Houston Street, on the East Side) in Albany favor incumbent Yuh-Line Niou over challenger Grace Lee. Of all the ballots 7,214 ballots cast in Tuesdays Democratic primary, according to the Citys Board of Elections, Ms. Niou garnered 4,440 (or slightly more than 61 percent of the total), while Ms.

A Review of the book Defining Legends – Patch.com

| June 26, 2020

I just finished a book giving to me by a dear Muslim brother. ( To protect his identity, I am going to keep his name anonymous. He is one of the most respected community activists and community organizers in the NJ and NYC area

Our View: Cyprus would have lost all credibility if it supported Israel in the EU – Cyprus Mail

| June 26, 2020

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