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Whitewashed: Antisemitism in the Labour Party

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J-TV presents a new powerful documentary about how antisemitism has been fostered in the Labour Party under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. The stinging exposé tells the inside story of how Jewish Labour activists believe the party has not only abandoned them, but outright threatened them.

Presented by Goldsmiths Lecturer and Labour Party member David Hirsh, the documentary analyses how anti-Zionism on the far-left has often manifested into anti-Semitic rhetoric. After the documentary David Hirsh will be in conversation with award-winning novelist Howard Jacobson.

Whitewashed, the book, Kitty Hawk Press Ltd, makes public for the first time submissions written by seventeen individuals to the Chakrabarti Inquiry. It forms part of The Whitwashed Project, a testimony to antisemitism in sections of today’s Labour Party and comprises  film, book and website.  

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