on the table
inspired by dan charnas and his worthy attempts to make sense of black-jewish relations, our man joe twist weighs in--pithy as usual, and i mean that in a good way. i'm glad to see this kind of openness to talking about difficult issues, and i'm even gladder to see the conversation continue.
in a related post of sorts, jeff chang does an admirable job speeching about what it means to be an asian-american (studies graduate) today.
keep your eyes peeled for my take on the struggles and responsibilities of all us third-generation irish-italian-portuguese-scottish-americans with hip-hop/jamaican tongues, jewish in-laws, marxist-buddhist-postmodernist leanings, and too much education.