By Judy Bolton-Fasman/JewishBoston
Rabbi Sandra Lawson on personal identity, racism and music as prayer
Rabbi Sandra Lawson remembers the first time she was introduced to the Torah. She was a junior in college and took a course on the five Books of Moses with a charismatic professor. Lawson initially enrolled in the course to fulfill a humanities requirement, but by the end she had a new perspective on religion….
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