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Episode Info: DeSean Jackson’s Hitler moment—and Nick Cannon's anti-Semitic comments —showed that Black Americans’ experience of racism doesn’t automatically immunize us toward other forms of hate.   Many African Americans online went to defend Cannon and Deshwn Jackson. My conversation with Rabbi Barr of Beth Adam explores the complicated relationship between Jewish and African Americans and how we can learn and grow together from this moment.  The blind spot for many African Americans Cannon Wild Out with Anti-Semitism Edelman’s Jewish response to Deshawn Jackson false Jewish world domination doctrine referred by Cannon and Jackson roots in history Jabbar comes out against anti-Semitism Rabbi BarrLink to Beth Adam - to Barr’s Banter - my podcast - to our conversation - States Holocaust Memorial Museum - Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center at Cincinnati's Union Terminal - You will learn in this episode How there is a complicated history between African Americans and Jewish AmericansHow black people experience hate but can also be blind to other hate like anti-Semitism Why fighting racism and anti-Semitism are connected Stories about the Jewish experience and how it is similar to African Americans White Privilege in the Jewish experience  ...
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