A quick press release statement reminds us that there's no shortage of cruelty in this town.
Here are the most important deets . . .
Nine percent of Jewish people in Kansas City surveyed in a report by the Jewish Federation of Kansas City experienced antisemitism last year.
The majority of the survey’s respondents — 75% — “are very concerned” about antisemitism in the U.S.
The survey’s results “should alarm all Americans,” AJC CEO David Harris said in a statement following the release of the report.
“Now is the time for American society to stand up and say ‘enough is enough.’ American Jews see antisemitism on the far right and the far left, among extremists acting in the name of Islam, and elsewhere throughout America,” the statement continued. “It is 2021, and a disturbing number of Jews in America are afraid of identifying openly as Jewish for fear of attack.”
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Nine percent of Jewish people in Kansas City surveyed in a report by the Jewish Federation of Kansas City experienced antisemitism last year. The majority of the survey's respondents - 75% - "are very concerned" about antisemitism in the U.S.
Related reading and context that offers historical perspective on haters . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - "Auschwitz: Not Long Ago, Not Far Away" will have its final day in Kansas City's Union Station this Sunday, after an extension due to high demand for tickets. It leaves an impactful legacy after exceeding expectations.
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