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The Kibitz - Episode 11

A Jew/ish podcast

Your guide to everything Jewish-ish. Part conversation, part Q & A, part audience call-in, this podcast is about asking interesting questions, some big, many little and exploring all you’ve ever wanted to know about Judaism through a cultural and of course funny lens. 

This podcast is brilliant! It has all the right pieces, fun segments, great host...big fan!

Love this podcast. It’s very unexpected - interesting insights and a lot of humor. Subscribed!

Dan Crane is a great host and he surrounds himself with people who are both funny and informative.
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ep. 11 antisemetism

From the alt-right to to the hard-left, a new wave of anti-semitism is spreading throughout the US and Europe. Host Dan Crane speaks with Jonathan Weisman from the NY Times about why he quit Twitter and the the whole (((Jewish Name))) thing, Rabbi David Kasher and his brother Moshe Kasher debate the origins of anti-semitism, British ad agency exec Richard Brim tells the story of a swastika being carved on to his front door in London, and Dan Patterson (creator of Whose Line and Mock the Week) talks anti-semitism in the UK.

The Kibitz is a project of Reboot, a non-profit that creates vital, resonant and meaningful Jewish experiences. For more information on our programs, visit here.

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