This movement provided the impetus for Jewish organizations to begin drafting legislation challenging bias in education, public employment, and housing. An important component of the Intergroup Relations Movement was promoting educational programs for students and teachers in order to reshape the intellectual discourse on race in the academic world.
Jewish motives, however, can be discovered not in any real sympathy for the plight of blacks, but rather in their quest to achieve the eclipse of the political and cultural hegemony of white Americans.
The NAACP was founded primarily by wealthy German Jews, with a Dr Henry Moscowitz, educated in Germany, being the principal founder. Du Bois were enlisted as co-founders so as to give the organization a broader racial presentation, the Jewish role was predominant in both the founding and development of the NAACP.
His masterwork, Ever since the founding of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in 1909, Jewish organizations have had a long standing record of supporting black causes.
Through the years and reaching a peak in the 1960s with the civil rights movement, Jewry’s activities in support of blacks have involved litigation, legislation, fund-raising, political-organizing, and academic movements.
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We started our search for contact information on the Customer Service and Contact Us pages, but there is no openly available information aside from a contact form.This view totally ignores the history of the Jews as a tightly-closed ingroup with particular hostility towards the white Christian outgroup.White ethnocentrism along with white interests is pathologized by Jewry.In 1950, the American Jewish Committee produced a series of works in cooperation with leading universities collectively termed, “Studies in Prejudice.” The ostensible goal of this compilation was to establish support for an intellectually satisfying theory of various forms of ethnic hostility.But the real aim was to censure all criticism of Jews as being acts of anti-Semitism.By the early 1960s an ADL official estimated that one-third of America’s teachers had received educational material based on the ideology of the Intergroup Relations Movement.