Color Blindness, Anti-Imperialism, and Jewish National Liberation
Chapter Three interrogates how the suture between Zionism and American Jewishness was fashioned amid racial justice struggles of the late 1960s and early 1970s. A range of Jewish writers and activists connected their orientations towards Cold War liberalism both to the intensification of U.S. state violence and to the military supremacy and existential vulnerability of the Israel after 1967.
Keywords: Black-Arab connections, Palestine solidarity, Racial liberalism, Holocaust memory, Black freedom struggles, Arab American activism, OrientalismAmerican Jews, Women of Color Feminisms, Anti-semitism
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