“154 years after the original Juneteenth, it’s melancholic at best. There’s less celebration, more consternation…more frowned reflection.”
Moses Levi, better known as Shyne, thanked God for the birth of his new child.
Rabbi Capers Funnye is a prominent black rabbi and president of the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs.
The new National Museum of African American History and Culture, more than a decades in the making, will feature a section of African American Judaica.