A rabbi and three black leaders are calling on the public to use social media to put an end to violent knockout attacks.
The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding has produced four videos denouncing the so-called "knockout game" targeting Jews and others, as a Crown Heights councilwoman-elect took some heat over comments she made about the violence.
Activist and cable-news host Rev. Al Sharpton, president of the National Action Network, and Marc H. Morial, president and CEO of the National Urban League, joined forces with hip-hop...
On the very streets where German Americans cheered for Max Schmeling in his heavyweight championship fight against Joe Louis, young Orthodox families, with multiple children in tow, push strollers along York Avenue.
Adam Dickter |
Assistant Managing Editor
Volunteer security patrols are increasing in Orthodox neighborhoods following a new spate of so-called knockout attacks in Brooklyn. And the Jewish Community Relations Council is preparing to offer up to $5,000 for information on perpetrators of the “game” that has whole communities on edge but seems to target mostly Jewish victims here.