Guest Commentary: Claudine Gay’s Enemies Are Not Our Friends

Just a month after Penn President Liz Magill stepped down, a rabbi and author reflects on how culture warriors weaponized Jewish grief and forced Harvard University’s president to resign

By Jay Michaelson

Listen: Ali Velshi On Young People Who Don’t Understand the Holocaust

The MSNBC anchor and Citizen Board member laments the vast ignorance of the most basic facts of recent world history

By Ali Velshi

The War Comes to the Penn Boardroom

Wealthy Jewish donors in revolt. Pro-Palestinian students shouting vile things. A university President embattled. Isn’t this just what the terrorists want?

By Larry Platt

Listen: Ali Velshi Banned Book Club on Anne Frank

The MSNBC host welcomes Israeli illustrator David Polonsky to discuss the universal experience of love, puberty, and the world's most famous child author

By Ali Velshi

Listen: Ali Velshi Banned Book Club with Art Spiegelman

The MSNBC host speaks with the cartoonist about his Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel Maus, depicting his father's experience during and beyond the Holocaust

By Ali Velshi

Does Dr. Oz Have a Genocide Problem?

The Republican U.S. Senate nominee won’t acknowledge that Turkey annihilated 1.5 million Armenians in the 20th century. Is denial of genocide the new smart campaign strategy?

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: Towards a New Kind of Tolerance

A local business owner is tired of reminding colleagues to respect her Jewish holidays. Take note: They start next week.

By Corie Moskow

The Citizen Recommends: History Is An Open Book

On May 10, join the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation for a powerful commemoration of the 1933 German book burnings

By Jessica Blatt Press