Is Holocaust Education Making Anti-Semitism Worse?

Photographs by Evan Jenkins

When the 40-something reader in the kippah at my book event in Michigan approached the signing table, I already knew what he was going to say, if not the humiliating specifics. Readers like him always tell me these things. He hovered until most people had dispersed, and then described his supermarket trip that morning. Another shopper had rammed him with a cart, hard. Maybe it had been an accident, except the shopper had shouted, “The kosher bagels are in the next aisle!” He’d considered saying something to the store manager, but to what end? Besides, it wasn’t

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1 thought on “Is Holocaust Education Making Anti-Semitism Worse?”

  1. It’s unbelievable and horrific that we would have antisemitism in 2023. I thought that was just old people in the deep south that thought that way. Absolutely shameful! And for the record – I’m a white Christian. That does not detract from the fact that antisemitism must be stopped in it’s tracks!

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