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Oberlin After Joy Karega

In February of 2016, Oberlin professor Joy Karega made headlines for the antisemitic conspiracy theories she posted on Facebook. Nearly nine months later, after much hand-wringing about free speech, she was fired. But Oberlin’s problem with antisemitism neither started nor ended with Joy Karega. Karega was only a symptom of...

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You’ll Never Hear About This

No one wants to hear about your terrible Monday. It’s almost always dreadful for almost everyone because it marks the beginning of a new week of school or work or even both. But in between your prose and Harlem Renaissance classes on the Monday of March twelfth, you’ll sit inside...

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Social Injustice: Segregation and Exclusion in 2018

On February 27, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) revealed that there were 1,986 antisemitic incidents reported across the United States in 2017 — representing a 57% increase from 2016. This is the most significant single-year increase on record. Furthermore, this statistic should concern any American citizen that values diversity and disdains every...

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