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New York Times: Antisemitism on the Rise May 27, 2019 NYTimes & Europe & USA & Antisemitism On May 26, 2019, The New York Times Editorial Board wrote: far-right and far-left politicians have often learned to project themselves as defenders Podcast: “Fighting Antisemitism in America” May 2, 2019 Podcast & Antisemitism & USA Tipping Point is a weekly podcast about Israel. Marking Holocaust Remembrance Day and following the deadly shooting at the synagogue in Poway, Yad Vashem Calls for end to ‘divisive anti-Semitic language’ Mar 30, 2019 Israel & Yad Vashem & USA Yad Vashem advertisement in The New York Times and The Washington Post: We implore all leaders and citizens to refrain from hateful discourse, and Congressman Ted Deutch Condemns Antisemitism Mar 7, 2019 USA & Congress & Antisemitism & YouTube Congressman Ted Deutch The Washington Post reports that on March 9, 2019, Congressman Ted Deutch of Florida spoke out on the floor of the United Survivor Explains Donation to Holocaust Museum Mar 7, 2019 Museum & USA & Donation & Preservation & Washington DC & USHMM Holocaust survivor Frank Grunwald describes why he donated to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum the last letter his mother ever wrote. She wrote Podcast: Daniel Lubetzky, CEO and Son of Holocaust Survivor Mar 7, 2019 Mexico & Germany & Dachau & USA Daniel Lubetzky, the CEO of KIND, is the son of a Holocaust survivor and a Mexican Jew. KIND makes fruit and nut bars. He was born in Mexico City Podcast: The U.S. Government’s Hunt for Josef Mengele Feb 17, 2019 Germany & Holocaust & Mengele & Marshals & USA Spycast is a podcast created by the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. The podcast is hosted by Dr. Vince Houghton, the museum’s historian Aid for Holocaust Survivors Living in the United States Jan 25, 2019 Survivors & USA & Aid The Times of Israel reports that the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) will distribute some $4.6 million in federal funds for Holocaust Richard Cohen: “When and how did it become acceptable to be an anti-Semite?” Jan 21, 2019 Opinion & Antisemitism & USA & Israel Richard Cohen writing in The Washington Post: Eleven years ago, a writer for Harper’s wondered what would happen to Farrakhan if I ceased writing Understanding Holocaust Remembrance Days Jan 21, 2019 Remembrance & Yom Hashoah & Israel & USA & UN & Holocaust Remembrance Day & Argentina & Hungary & Genocide There are two main Holocaust Remembrance Days : Yom Hashoah, designated by Israel and International Holocaust Remembrance Day designated by the WATCH LIVE: Holocaust Museum to Hold 2019 International Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemoration on January 25 Jan 20, 2019 USHMM & Holocaust Remembrance Day & Washington DC & Germany & USA & Survivors On January 25, 2019, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum will conduct its 2019 International Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemoration. The Museum’s Journalism: ‘The Forward’ Goes Web Only Jan 18, 2019 Journalism & Judaism & USA & NYC & Technology The Forward Association, which publishes the Jewish newspaper, The Forward, has terminated ten employees and announced that it will no longer Bernard-Henri Lévy: ‘Antisemitism is back. Everywhere. Openly’ Jan 17, 2019 France & EU & USA & Antisemitism & Pittsburgh & UK & NYC & BHL In an interview with The Algemeiner, 70 year-old French author and intellectual, Bernard-Henri Lévy (BHL) warns of rising antisemitism in Europe and NYTimes: Steve King Support Dwindling in His Iowa Base Jan 17, 2019 USA & Iowa & Congress & White Supremacy & Racism Steve King is the 69-year-old Iowa Congressman who made comments seeming to endorse white supremacy. On January 10, 2019, The New York Times Podcast: BBC’s HARDtalk Tackles Rising Antisemitism Jan 11, 2019 Antisemitism & Holocaust & Judaism & Podcasts & Switzerland & USA & BBC & HARDtalk HARDtalk’s Stephen Sackur speaks to Pinchas Goldschmidt, the Swiss-born Chief Rabbi of Moscow and president of the Conference of European Rabbis on Podcast: “12 Years That Shook the World” Jan 3, 2019 Antisemitism & Germany & Holocaust & Judaism & Podcast & Poland & USA & Washington DC & Genocide & USHMM On December 14, 2018, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum launched a new podcast entitled “12 Years That Shook the World” to explore the continuing