Updated: Sep 21, 2020
Blog Post in Progress...
For now this is mostly a compendium of links to the articles and media sources.
The Shame of the Anti-Defamation League November 2018
America’s Failed Jewish Leadership Must Resign December 23, 2019
Issuing the Call for New Jewish Leadership (Video), January 7, 2020
The Anti-Semitic Wave (Podcast), January 2020
Episode 1: “Commentary” Magazine Smashes ADL’s Greenblatt (Podcast), January 15, 2020
Episode 2: Prominent Jewish Columnist Denounces ADL Head (Podcast), January 17, 2020
Does the ADL Know What Anti-Semitism Is? February 20, 2020
The Rot Inside American Jewish Organizations March 2020
American Jewry’s Organizational Crack-Up April 2020
Do the Jews really need a Conference of Presidents? by Jonathan Tobin, Israel Hyom, April 24, 2020
The HIASization of American Jews, May 5, 2020
Who Really Represents America’s Jews? by Jonathan Tobin, Commentary, June 2020
The moral failure of the American Jewish Committee by Elder of Zyon, June 9, 2020
In first, AIPAC gives US lawmakers green light to criticize Israel on annexation by Ron Kampeas, Times of Israel, June 10, 2020
New York Jewish Cultural Center to Host Imam With Anti-Israel Background, Algemeiner, June 12, 2020
Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt Joins Al Sharpton to Promote Boycott of ‘Hate’, Breitbart, June 28, 2020
The ADL’s Disgrace, Washington Free Beacon, June 29, 2020
Can the ADL ‘stop the hate’ by embracing Al Sharpton? by Jonathan S. Tobin, JNS, June 30, 2020
Trending: American Jewry as ‘nokhschleppers’ by Zahava England Shapiro, JNS, July 5, 2020
Webinar: The Failure of Jewish Leadership Today — Part 1, Charles Jacobs of APT, July 30, 2020
Webinar: The Failure of Jewish Leadership Today — Part 2 (Q&A), Charles Jacobs of APT, July 30, 2020
The Mind-Bendingly Insane, Completely Craven, Utterly Unconscionable Redemption of Al Sharpton by Liel Leibovitz, Tablet, August 23, 2020
With HIAS changing longtime focus, supporters question some of its priorities by Deborah Fineblum and Sean Savage, JNS, September 14, 2020
The problem with many non-profit organizations is that they changed from advocacy and charity to feeding troughs for the professional advocacy bureaucrats.
Their incentives are misaligned with their mission because organizational functionaries and leadership are incentivized by the publicity they garner, the funds they attract and the social points they score rather than the success of their mission.
The goals of advocacy are ill-defined.
The criteria by which success is assessed is often vague and not aligned with the mission.