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Fighting Antisemitism in the Feminist Community

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This chapter focuses on the author's efforts over the past 20 years to fight antisemitism in the feminist community. The author has found various ways to remain inside the feminist movement and from there to fight the antisemitism from within. The chapter discusses some of the strategies she has used. By reviewing some of these strategies, perhaps it is possible to articulate some of best practices and how we can be most effective at fighting antisemitism around the world. The first implication is that, while acknowledging the excellent efforts of Jewish communities around the world in the fight against antisemitism, we need to try new and different strategies. The second implication, or even premise, for this kind of activism is that, in order to be effective, you must be an insider in the group whose norms you are challenging or trying to change.

Keywords: antisemitism; feminist community; Jewish communities



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