The movie about the leader of the Nation of Islam who has a history of anti-Semitic views seemed to be set for streaming; Netflix cited a miscommunication.
Steven Zipperstein’s “Pogrom” offers an account of a 1903 massacre of Jews that had far-reaching implications.
Performers who support a movement protesting the treatment of Palestinians are clashing with German sensibilities.
Curators across Europe are increasingly trying “rapid response collecting” to obtain items used in major events just after they happen.
“Before the Fall: German and Austrian Art of the 1930s,” at the Neue Galerie, chronicles artists’ resistance to — or complicity in — what was happening in their countries.
Jonathan Weisman’s “(((Semitism)))” takes American Jews to task for not being vigilant enough about threats to democratic norms.
The “St. John” has been accused of fanning bigotry, but judging from recent performances and recordings, it has much to teach us today.
The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is one of several museums making changes to engage and educate younger people about the Holocaust and anti-Semitism.
Those calling for the gallery’s closing say it promotes hate. Its founder says she is being punished for not being politically correct.