NPR article hits it right on the head .

Okay but there is a history of Jewish individuals collaborating with white supremacy and targeting black people here in America, and it does need to be addressed. This is not to saw we created institutional racism, or that we don't suffer from it, but that as a community we have also been complicit in it. Oppression is a broad spectrum, and it is possible to occupy both the role of oppressed and oppressor at the same time, in varying degrees.

Conversation is needed, and simply denying that the Jewish community has a problem with bigotry is not helpful to anyone.

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