By Laura Adkins
opinion editor Forward 

The White House antisemitism plan is full of good ideas. Will it actually help Jews?

 


A realistic goal must be three things: specific, measurable and achievable. 

Will the proposals outlined in the White House’s first official strategy to counter antisemitism, released with much fanfare this week, pass this test? Or are they more political pablum?

The report, which followed conversations with more than 1,000 community leaders, distills the challenges American Jews face. It is a thoughtful and comprehensive effort that should be applauded.

But understanding a problem and fixing it are two very different things. And reducing antisemitism will require deep societal changes...



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