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Gianluca Costantini
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Drawings for The Indypendent

Student protesters remind us of the age-old Jewish tradition of questioning authority and speaking truth to power.” by Jonathan Goldman & Jacob Leland for The Indypendent
It is a great pleasure that my drawings of the Berkeley protests have been used for this very interesting article.

It’s a refrain that has echoed in Jewish-American households for generations. In response to world events, international politics and  popular culture phenomena, our uncles and aunts and grandparents and parents, and finally, we ourselves ask it of one another around the seder table, the shabbat table, the breakfast table. 

Matters from Iraq wars to Jewish rappers, to major-league baseball players, to Jerry Stiller and Estelle Harris playing George’s parents on Seinfeld all fall under the all-encompassing rubric: “Is it good for the Jews?” Continue

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