crrns_control June 1, 2017

For Joshua Ostroff, anti-Semitism was once theoretical, something that happened to his grandparents. Now it’s become a reality he has to explain to his son. There are people saying that we deserve a right to attack people not because of anything they’ve done but because of their religion. It’s time that we acknowledge that what’s going on is going on, he says. We have to talk about it.

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