“[I]f Judge Cunningham is the bigot described in the application, a fair trial has not yet happened,” the groups said.
Violence spurred by white nationalism is on the rise and international media is not hesitating to point it out.
“Before, during, and after [the] trial, Judge Cunningham harbored deep-seated animus towards and prejudices about non-white, non-Christian people.”
The girl’s mother alleges that when she told the JCC’s CEO about the employee’s behavior towards her daughter, he replied, “It takes two to tango.”
The judge ruled the law serves to “suppress unpopular ideas” and “manipulate the public debate….This the First Amendment does not allow.”
Two agencies are complying with a 2017 law, but the company says it does not back the BDS movement.
The law drew scrutiny when it was applied to individuals in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
“With God’s help we’ll be as successful as Jethro and Moses in pursuing things in the military and beyond,” the rabbi chaplain said.
Chabad says the group disrespected their Shabbat services.
Janet Fein worked for the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas before returning to school and earning her bachelor’s in sociology.