• A Courageous Catholic Voice Against Antisemitism

    by Stephen H. Norwood and Rafael Medoff

    As the harassment and beatings of Jews in the streets of Boston reached epidemic levels in 1943, one hundred Jewish boys and girls, ages 12 to 16, sent a poignant petition to the mayor. 

  • Alice Walker: In Her Own Words

    by Robert Cohen

    By reading a recent poem she wrote we can make a fuller assessment of the charge that she's anti-Semitic. 

  • Alice Walker's Not Guilty of Antisemitism

    by Robert Cohen

    As a student at Spelman, at risk to herself, she rose to the defense of the Jewish historian Howard Zinn. She remains proud of that defense to this day.