Berkeley Prof: Race in America Is Like 'Occupation' in Israel
Can the history of race relations in America shed light on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Or does such an approach simply provide a veneer of faux sophistication to the usual academic bashing of both America and Israel? In a piece appearing today at FrontPage Magazine
, Campus Watch West Coast Representative Cinnamon Stillwell shows conclusively that it's the latter, especially when the debate is led by UC-Berkeley's Keith Feldman, who spoke recently for Berkeley's notorious Center for Race and Gender, home to the highly politicized Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project:
Can an accurate analogy be drawn between American race relations and the Arab-Israeli conflict? UC Berkeley ethnic studies assistant professor Keith Feldman advocates this particular "special relationship" in his 2015 book, A Shadow over Palestine: The Imperial Life of Race in America, the subject of a recent lecture sponsored by the University's Center for Race & Gender (CRG).
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Related Topics: Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS), Islamophobia, University of California, Berkeley | Winfield Myers
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