Israeli Filmmaker Makes a Documentary About America’s Most Radical Family and Finds His Mother

Left-wing activist Udi Aloni made many people angry when he described Israel as fascist. Now he has made a film about Black civil rights icon Amiri Baraka and found similarities to his mother, late Meretz leader Shulamit Aloni

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Nirit Anderman
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A few minutes before our interview is set to begin, Udi Aloni sends me a text with a link: “I feel like you should see this,” it says.

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