To insist on Judaism as a race is, in a sense, to follow the path of Darwinian racism.
It was the spring 1999, a Denver suburb. The day, April 20 — Hitler’s birthday. An 18-year-old white nationalist donned a shirt emblazoned “Natural Selection.”
Cancel culture is becoming surreal. Or should I say even more surreal? “Exotic birds” are now judged to be offensive. What next?
Was Darwin’s racism purely a function of his time and place, Victorian England? Historian Michael Flannery says no.
February is Black History Month, and this week, Friday, February 12, is Darwin Day — the birthday of Charles Darwin.