Jewish students like me thought not being on campus would at least spare them some drama. We couldn’t have been more wrong

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The Hate That Can’t Be Contained
by Blake Flayton
November 25, 2020

For Jewish college students like me who were sent home from our colleges and universities last March, the effect was at first chaotic. We were, like everyone else in the nation, afraid for the health and safety of our families and of our communities. Add to this that we were about to process all of the madness away from our campus Jewish communities—the social gatherings, Shabbat services, and holiday meals that anchor our lives. But for some of us, I confess, there was a bit of relief. As outspoken opponents of anti-Semitic activity on campus, we suspected we were in for at least a little reprieve. READ MORE

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