And by “on antisemitism”, I mean “making a mockery of antisemitism.”
And Rebecca Vilkomerson, executive director of Jewish Voice For Peace (JVP), who sure love their murderers of Jews.
Moderated by Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!
Featuring Leo Ferguson, Lina Morales, Linda Sarsour, and Rebecca Vilkomerson
Antisemitism is harmful and real. But when antisemitism is redefined as criticism of Israel, critics of Israeli policy become accused and targeted more than the growing far-right.
Join us for a discussion on how to combat antisemitism today.
Event will be livestreamed at Facebook.com/JacobinMag.
All tickets good for $5 off copies of “On Antisemitism: Solidarity and the Struggle for Justice”, essays collected by Jewish Voice for Peace and published by Haymarket Books. Tickets good for discount on copies purchased at this event.
Presented by Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), Haymarket Books, Jacobin, Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ), and The New School Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism program.
About our speakers
Leo Ferguson is the community and communications organizer for Jews for Racial & Economic Justice.
Lina Morales is a member of Jews of Color and Mizrahi/Sephardi Caucus of Jewish Voice for Peace.
Linda Sarsour is the former Executive Director of the Arab-American Association of New York, a co-chair of the National Women’s March, and was a co-founder of MPower Change.
Rebecca Vilkomerson is the Executive Director of Jewish Voice for Peace.
While many find this hilarious in a messed-up-kind-of-way, it is nothing new. JVP already released a video of Linda Sarsour defining antisemitism earlier this year.
Prompting my ideas for similar videos:
Sorry Linda and company, but being antisemitic does not make you experts on antisemitism.