Uncomfortable Conversations with a Jew

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5.8 X 8.4 X 1.3 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author
Emmanuel Acho is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy and the New York Times bestseller Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man. He is the host/producer of the Emmy Award-winning YouTube series of the same name, and whose mission is to promote dialogue around racial insensitivity and ignorance. A former NFL linebacker, Acho is a Fox Sports Analyst and television personality. Raised in Dallas, he holds a master's degree in sports psychology from the University of Texas, Austin. He lives in Los Angeles.

Noa Tishby is the New York Times bestselling author of Israel: A Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth and Israel's former Special Envoy for Combatting Antisemitism and Delegitimization. A native of Tel Aviv, she served in the Israeli army before moving to Los Angeles and launching a career in the entertainment industry. An award-winning producer, Tishby made history with the sale of In Treatment to HBO, the first Israeli television show to become an American series. One of the most visible activists on social media, Tishby is the founder of several nonprofit organizations, including Act for Israel and Eighteen, which combats antisemitism and inspires Jewish pride. She lives in Los Angeles and is a proud Jewish mother to her son, Ari.
"Two bestselling authors engage in an enlightening back-and-forth about Jewishness and antisemitism...An important dialogue at a fraught time, emphasizing mutual candor, curiosity, and respect." -Kirkus
"This is a book where all pre­tense is gone...the authors are hon­est about what they don't know, assump­tions they've made and reac­tions they've had. [It's a book] for every­one... it pro­vides read­ers an oppor­tu­ni­ty to learn basic infor­ma­tion to refute anti­semitism and edu­cate oth­ers in every­day life... [It] is an acces­si­ble book that breaks down impor­tant top­ics in a way that includes rel­e­vant his­to­ry and infor­ma­tion, with­out judg­ment... Above all, it's a book about hope -- and Acho and Tish­by nev­er lose sight of that fact." - Jaime Herndon, The Jewish Book Council