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Black Lives Matter is a Jewish Value

This week’s Torah portion is Sh’lach L’cha ( Num 13:1-15:41) in which the Israelites must decide if they will respond out of courage or out of fear. Our history is replete with instances of moral reckoning, including the present moment. Leaders of the

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Rosa Parks and the Power of No

In 1900, Montgomery, Alabama. passed a city ordinance for the purpose of segregating bus passengers by race. Conductors had the power to assign seats to carry out that purpose; however, no passengers