The Narrow Bridge: Jewish Views on Multiculturalism.
by Brettschneider, Marla, edited by.
Rutgers University Press
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Octavo, black cloth, xx, 291 pp.
Foreword by Cornel West. Introduction by the editor. Articles are "Challenges of Differences at Bridges," Clare Kinberg, "Beyond the Taboo: Talking about Class," Felice Yeskal, "Klal Israel: Lesbians and Gays in the Jewish Community," Bob Goldfarb, "Ashkenazi, Sephardi, Quebecois: Jewish Politics in Multicultural Canada," Rebecca Posner, "Toward a Multicultural Politics: A Jewish Feminist Perspective," Martha Ackelsberg, "Stayed on Freedom: Jews in the Civil Rights Movement and After," Melanie Kaye/ Kantrowitz, "Black, White, and Red: Jewish and African Americans in the Communist Party," Gerlad Horne, "Pioneers in Dialogue: Jews Building Bridges," Reena Bernards, "Of Haiti and Horseradish," Toba Spitzer, "Jews and Multicultural University Curriculum," Evelyn Torton Beck, "Jews and African Americans as Cotrainers in Antiracism and Antioppression Education," Naomi Nim, "Making Room for Jews in Multicultural Public School Education," Leora Saposnik and Ellen Ostrhaus, "The Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of Life," Jonathan Boyarin, "Hearing the Call: Solidarity with Ethiopian Jews," Ephraim Isaac, "Voices from the Field: Multiculturalism as Experienced in Jewish Social Agencies," Nora Gold, "Facilitating Multicultural Progress: Community Economic Development and the Amerrican Jewish Community," Jeffrey Dekro, "What Does It Mean to Be and 'American,'"?
Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15470