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The Past didn't go Anywhere

The Past didn't go Anywhere

"In order to build powerful movements we must take on antisemitism as what it is:

 a divide-and-rule strategy that has served to maintain ruling classes, conceal who actually

has power, and confuse us about the real systems of oppression that pit us against one another."

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About author April Rosenblum

       I am 27 and was born and raised in activist movements in Philadelphia, where I continue to live. I became personally politicized by government attempts in 1995 to execute U.S. political prisoner and Philadelphia journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal. Over time I've also worked on issues including police brutality, prisoners' rights, political prisoners, womens' reproductive freedom, immigrants' rights, poverty, anti-racist education, Palestinian self-determination and more. I graduated with a B.A. in History from Temple University.

      My work to create this pamphlet was inspired by noticing how afraid I was to speak up when I noticed instances of anti-Jewish oppression in my movements, and my realization that, like me, my activist friends were staying silent not out of antisemitism, but because they needed a basic resource about how to confront it.

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