I set out to write this article as a continuation of the exploration of Jewish whiteness in the context of antiracist activism. I set out to ask and address the questions Are Jews white? Is Jewish white-skin privilege different and how does Jewish whiteness operate differently? Ultimately, the question of the precariousness of Jewish whiteness pervades all these sites. And though I will address those questions here, and continue my dedicated pursuit of teasing apart these complexities, something of unavoidable curiosity has derailed my determined search. If Jewish whiteness is different, then what is it different from? “Normal” whiteness? If so, what is this normal whiteness? Is it not Christian whiteness?