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Antisemitic incidents nearly double in Maryland in 2022 over previous year, audit finds

March 30, 2023

Michael Silver says he began to observe antisemitic behavior almost immediately after moving to Baltimore five years ago. He said he hasn’t encountered violence personally, but remembered hearing a conversation in a Station North bar where college students were trivializing the Holocaust. “They were saying there was too much emphasis put on it,” the 33-year-old Pigtown resident recalled. “Two weeks ago, I had a manager [at work] say, ‘Jews are really cheap.’ … It is a big deal, and it is a racial thing. I’ve had a lot of people say things that are bombastic and incendiary.”

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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