An old kind of hate has been increasingly visible lately. From former President Trump's dinner with an outspoken Holocaust denier to Ye's repeated, relentless tirades against the Jewish community, antisemitism is back front & center.
We sat down with one of the state's most visible Jewish leaders to discuss the concerning rise in violence, the biggest misconceptions about his faith, and what he wish everyone knew-- and would do.
During the pandemic, domestic violence rates skyrocketed in Wisconsin. But good news quickly followed the bad, and one county launched a free, local 24/7 text line for people living in abusive situations.
Around 42,000 Jewish adults live in Wisconsin. More than half live in Milwaukee and Madison. They're our neighbors. Our friends. Our family members. Our co-workers. Local business owners. Teachers. Political leaders. And much more.
And like any minority group facing discrimination, they need our support.
Giving Tuesday started as a simple idea: after Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday– why not create a day that encourages people to share their gifts rather than buy more? Find a place to give back near you!