Why I don’t believe in ‘solidarity’ anymore

The concept of solidarity, to me, has always meant helping others fight, but being alone when it came to issues that affected me.

Dakotah Jennifer | Staff Writer

Opinion: Solidarity among minorities is largely performative, but it doesn’t have to be

Monumental changes in society cannot be done alone. We need each other more than ever.

| Staff Writer

Letter to the Editor

American Jews, throughout history and especially today, have been at the forefront of supporting some of the most marginalized communities worldwide, especially through tragedies and horrors. Make no mistake, Jewish communities in America and worldwide support other marginalized communities during tragedies which make the news, but also during daily struggles which do not necessarily make the news.

Nate Turk | Class of 2019

A shooting isn’t only tragic if you can connect with it

The fate of the Jewish community is tied to the fate of all minority communities in America, and it is our responsibility to show up in support of other minority groups and use what privilege we have to stand up for them.

| Senior Editor

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