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Black-Jewish Roundtable Discusses Fighting Hate, Bigotry

New York State Attorney General Tish James hosted a roundtable discussion with Black and Jewish community leaders, discussing fighting hate and bigotry. Full Story

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Interesting
Interesting
1 year ago

Maybe we should educate the children in our own mosdos about treating others properly. In addition, why do the kids run around using derogatory terms for other races…. About time to change

Crime and low life behavior come with consequences
Crime and low life behavior come with consequences
Reply to  Interesting
1 year ago

I hope no one who has experienced the constant and historic one sided harassment, assault, robbery- and the several murders- perpetrated and encouraged against our community- has to read the deeply flawed and nonsensical comment above. And yes- we will continue to call out people who abuse out community.

blaming the victim
blaming the victim
Reply to  Interesting
1 year ago

No excuse for the assaults, ‘hitler is coming’ and all the other hate directed against Jews

So nice
So nice
1 year ago

Really wow . I’m so relieved these unelected officials had a discussion. I’m sure everything will be great on the ground now

Living in a peaceful community...
Living in a peaceful community...
1 year ago

I must say that one day last week not once, but three times, as I was shopping on Kingston Ave, a woman of color, then two seperate times men of color were so polite to me that I was taken back. Without going into specific detail, I felt a real shift in community attitude. I do believe they are being influenced by good leaders now, as opposed to a few months ago when we were having bad problems. I complimented them on their politeness and was happy to see it and appreciated their kindness. It’s nice to live in peace,… Read more »

SORRY TO RAIN ON YOUR PARADE
SORRY TO RAIN ON YOUR PARADE
1 year ago

Did anybody have the courage to tell the black leaders, that the overwhelming majority of hate crimes being perpetrated against Jews in nyc, are being done by black people!
Fighting hate starts at home.

Good will goes a long way
Good will goes a long way
1 year ago

I noticed here there were so far some positive comments and some negative. I am sure that we have all experienced negative attitude from our neighbors but personally as one who was traumatized by the incidents of ’91, I find taking the high road and showing care and concern to our neighbors reaps major benefits including kiddush hashem. I see this on an every day basis and it simply comes down to a what you might call a pat saying but in reality this is constant work, and that is you get more with honey than vinegar. You would be… Read more »

Anti-Semitic or anti-Religious?
Anti-Semitic or anti-Religious?
Reply to  Good will goes a long way
1 year ago

When I worked for the city, an African co-worker – she made to
me the following complaint:
“I once worked for the Jewish National Fund. They treated
me nice and with respect. You orthodox, you call us animals!”

Heshy
Heshy
1 year ago

It’s time for all frum yidden to unite in outvoting all democrats. Why aren’t another hundred thousand of us even registered to vote. On every level we need to vote in massive blocks to defeat all our enemies which include the liberal anti yeshivas and anti Israel activists. There is a sinister gang of liberals attempting to destroy everything we stand for on every level. Atheism among millennials is sky high as well as deviant behavior. Hamaven yoven.

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