The Jewish Story Season 4: American Jewry after 1967 part III

Posted by Mike Feuer on May 20, 2022
Topics: The Jewish Story

The Jewish Story Season 4

Episode 3: American Jewry after 1967 part III, the Ocean Hill-Brownsville strike

There are stories that are turning points in a larger tale, and there are those which prove to be tempests in a teacup. The story of the 1968 NYC school strike could be read as both. Either way, this episode offers a look at a microcosm of Black/Jewish relations in 1968 which will have a profound impact down to our day.

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