Anti-Semitism in America

Brian Amkraut
Executive Director, CWRU-Siegal Lifelong Learning
Landmark Centre Building
Tuesdays, November 5 - 26 (please note date changes)
7-8:30 p.m.

While Jewish life in America has been, by most measures, a great success story, the so-called New World nevertheless has offered its share of difficulties. From the earliest days or organized Jewish settlement in the Americas to the challenges of the 21st century, Jews have confronted variations on the theme of an age-old hatred. This short course examines the ebbs and flows of anti-Semitism in America, whether expressed as legal, economic, institutional, or social discrimination, and explores how Jews and others have responded.

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