A new Thanksgiving Day epithet: “F the Jews”
When one encounters the politics of race on of Thanksgiving Day, it’s often devoted to the ambivalence of Native Americans toward the holiday. Native American writers have published, with some bitterness, many a piece taking aim at the American folklore — myth some would call it — of a warm-and-fuzzy harvest feast shared by the Indians and the European Settlers.
Flash to Thanksgiving Day 2009 in Reno, Nevada. Members of the Temple Emanu-El on Lakeside and Manzanita have a different story to contemplate. The sun rose on the temple this morning, revealing the vandalism below. Clueless teen prank, or something worse?
Explore posts in the same categories: Uncategorized