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Blacks and Jews in America:
An Invitation to Dialogue

 Terrence L. Johnson and Jacques Berlinerblau 

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A Black-Jewish dialogue lifts a veil on these groups’ unspoken history, shedding light on the challenges and promises facing American democracy from its inception to the present and modeling the honest conversation needed for Blacks and Jews to forge a new understanding.

Praise for the book:

"This powerful, not unduly polite, invitation to dialogue comes through a book that permits the reader to openly eavesdrop on a radically honest, morally blunt, and intellectually nuanced conversation among Professors Johnson and Berlinerblau." Cornell William Brooks, President of the NAACP

"A clear-eyed conversation about the Black-Jewish 'relationship' in America for our post-Charlottesville, BLM moment, this book offers a smart, fresh take not only on the complicated history of a fraught alliance but also on topics like liberalism, intersectionality, and Israel-Palestine that tend to separate the two groups today." Maurice Samuels, director, Yale Program for the Study of Antisemitism

"Johnson and Berlinerblau provide a refreshing and compelling portrait, using various methodologies, of relationships among Blacks and Jews across many decades." —Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Anna Julia Cooper Professor of Women's Studies, Spelman College

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