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Why feminists should talk about Antisemitism more often



Senior Fellow Miriam Yosef founded the Initiative Jewish & intersectional. She gave an interview to, where she spoke about why feminists should talk about anti-Semitism more often. Ina Holev & Miriam Yosef said “Jewish identity occurs in activist or feminist spaces, if at all on the margins”. Antisemitism is like all other forms of oppression an intersectional challenge. Intersectionality means that different forms of discrimination may occur simultaneously in one person and that these forms may overlap. It is difficult to identify the different identities that are being discriminated against, especially since they can take the same forms. They want to approach the problem with workshops, lectures and support services. Read the full interview here (in German).