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David Nesenoff is an independent filmmaker, blogger and publisher. In the 1990s, he counseled youths who had committed bias crimes, and worked as a consultant to the U.S. Department Justice. In June 2010 a video he made went viral; the video showed Helen Thomas, the so-called “dean” of the White House media corp, making anti-semitic statements. In the aftermath Thomas was forced to resign her job, and Nesenoff received over 25,000 pieces of hate mail, including death threats. He can be contacted at nesenoff@gmail.com.
I had to stop and think for a moment. What day was it? Was it Monday or Tuesday or maybe Thursday? I was standing in front of the minyan at the podium leading the Shacharit morning prayers. My rapid mantra mumble came to a complete halt. The psalm for the...
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A Jewish Filmmaker Tells His Story
Anti-Semitic comments of Helen Thomas, the so-called “dean” of the White House press corp, were exposed in a brief video encounter with Jewish filmmaker David Nesenoff. The video went viral and thrust Thomas’ bias into the spotlight, forcing her career to...
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