How American Jews are reflecting on a year of racial reckoning
Jun 17, 2021
12 am ET
This event was recorded and is available to subscribers of the Forward.
Watch the recording here.
Last summer’s historic protests reverberated across the country and the Jewish world has been struggling to meet the moment. How effective have the efforts been? What else can Jews do to fight for racial justice?
Rabbi Sandra Lawson of Reconstructing Judaism and Tema Smith, a Forward contributing columnist, joined our editor-in-chief, Jodi Rudoren, for their second annual Juneteenth conversation.
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