“I don’t want to distract from how important the Black Lives Matter movement is, and how we need to stay behind it. I think the Black and Jewish communities have a lot of similarities. One unfortunate similarity is that they are both attacked by the ignorant and the hateful. It’s really hard to see the challenges a community can face when you’re not part of it. So what we need to do is, we need to listen. We need to learn. We need to act. We need to have these uncomfortable conversations if we’re going to have real change.” Julian Edelman reacted to Desean Jackson’s remarkably ill-informed antisemitic remarks, by inviting him to Holocaust museum. (I reacted my hurling my laptop across the room. Edelman probably handled it better.)