Jacobs’ journey from Israel to New York tells a unique story of growth, insight, and a dedication to confronting absurdities with comedic creativity.
Let’s play this game together. It’s free, and even your kids can join in, because even a child can report things with less media bias than this.
He has made impressive statements and posts explaining his staunch support of Israel, and warns of the dangers of rampant antisemitism — all in the face of the usual swaths of online hatred.
Since October 7, we have realized the greater influence of antisemitism in Black social justice movements and organizations, rhetoric on the street, in board rooms and classrooms.