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CIVIL RIGHTS AND JEWS

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  68. In Focus: Jewish Women in Civil Rights
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  71. Remembering an Iconic Civil Rights Bond
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  74. Brave and Tragic Heroes of Civil Rights
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  77. Civil Rights Still at Forefront of ADL Issues
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  89. From Swastika to Jim Crow - Black-Jewish Relations
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  98. Mining the Archives: Jews and the Civil Rights Movement
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  101. Borderline Views: US Civil Rights and the Jewish Community
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  104. American Jews, Race, Identity, and the Civil Rights Movement
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  107. The March on Washington and the Jews: Past, Present and Future
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  110. Realistic Inspiration from the Jews of the Civil Rights Movement
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  113. At Passover, Reflecting on the Relationship Between Blacks and Jews
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  132.  
  133. Jewish Views on Civil Rights
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  136. The Rabbinical Assembly - Civil Rights
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  139. Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
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  142. Women of Reform Judaism views on Civil Rights
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  145. Reform Jewish Movement Resolutions on Civil Rights
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  148. Union for Reform Judaism Resolution on Civil Rights and Economic Justice
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  152.  
  153. Jewish Clergy in the Civil Rights Movement
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  156. Orthodox Jewry and the Civil Rights Movement
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  159. Orthodox Jewry and the Civil Rights Movement
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  162. Have Jews Played a Role in the Civil Rights Movement?
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  165. Honoring the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act
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  168. Fifty Years Later: Rabbi Richard Hirsch Reflects on the Civil Rights Movement
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  171. Jews and Blacks: Civil Rights Veterans Reminisce at the Reform Judaism Biennial
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  174. New Religious Action Center Leader aims to Sharpen Reform Judaism’s Stamp on Policy
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  177. Why We Went: How 17 Reform Jewish Leaders took a Stand for Civil Rights in Florida with Dr. King
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  181.  
  182. Civil Rights Rabbis Commemorate 50 Years
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  185. Civil Rights: Crowd hears Rabbis' Riveting Story
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  188. Why I Went – and Went Back – to St. Augustine, Fla.
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  191. 50 Years Later: Largest Mass Arrest of Rabbis in the U.S.
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  194. Civil Rights: Rabbis reunite 50 years after Arrest for Protest
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  197. Arrested Rabbis and Civil Rights Demonstrators return to St. Augustine
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  200. Why we Went, 1964: How 17 Rabbis took a Stand for Civil Rights in Florida
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  203. Jewish Historical Society to mark 49th Anniversary of Mass Arrest of Rabbis
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  206. 50 Years Later, Rabbis Jailed in Civil Rights Protest return to St. Augustine
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  209. Civil Rights: Rabbis reunite 50 years after Arrest for Protest in St. Augustine
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  212. Event Now Available Online for Rabbis’ Return to St. Augustine, FL in Commemoration of Civil Rights Mass Arrest
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  216.  
  217. The Rabbis of Selma
  218. http://tabletmag.com/scroll/187991/the-rabbis-of-selma
  219.  
  220. ‘Selma’ Forgot the Jews
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  222.  
  223. The Rabbi Missing from ‘Selma’
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  225.  
  226. Why my Grandfather – and my Dad – Marched in Selma
  227. http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/the-jewish-thinker/.premium-1.637752
  228.  
  229. Why were 'Selma' Jews who Fought for Civil Rights Ostracized?
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  231.  
  232. Bearing Witness: A Controversial 1963 Trip to Birmingham by 19 Rabbis
  233. http://www.sjlmag.com/2013/05/bearing-witness-controversial-1963-trip.html
  234.  
  235. 'Selma' Distorts History by Airbrushing out Jewish Contributions to Civil Rights
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  237.  
  238. Fresh Controversy Hits ‘Selma’: Daughter of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel ‘Shocked’ by Exclusion of Her Father From Film
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  242.  
  243. How Jews are Honoring 3 Civil Rights Martyrs
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  245.  
  246. Why Aren't we Honoring 3 Civil Rights Martyrs?
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  248.  
  249. Murdered Jewish Civil Rights Workers to Receive Presidential Medal
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  252. Why we Should Honor Slain Civil Rights Workers with Jewish Holiday
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  254.  
  255. 3 Slain 'Mississippi Burning' Civil Rights Activists will get Medal of Freedom
  256. http://forward.com/articles/208997/-slain-mississippi-burning-civil-rights-activists/
  257.  
  258. ADL Applauds Presidential Medal of Freedom for Civil Rights Workers Goodman, Chaney and Schwerner
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  262.  
  263. Counterblast: How the Atlanta Temple Bombing Strengthened the Civil Rights Cause
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  267.  
  268. King and the Jews
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  271. If Dr. King had Lived
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  274. Martin Luther King and the Jews
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  277. King and the Jews — Beyond Heschel
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  280. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Jews
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  283. Rabbi Rubenstein, Rev. King, and Jail
  284. http://06880danwoog.com/tag/st-augustine-florida-civil-rights/
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  286. Jews, MLK, and the Civil Rights Movement
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  289. Dr. King's Memory and the Jewish Conscience
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  291.  
  292. A King Who Set Us Free From Our Own History
  293. http://forward.com/articles/13926/a-king-who-set-us-free-from-our-own-history-/
  294.  
  295. Conservative Rabbis on MLK’s Lasting Legacy
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  297.  
  298. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Jews of Atlanta
  299. http://tabletmag.com/scroll/159921/martin-luther-king-jr-and-the-jews-of-atlanta
  300.  
  301. Martin Luther King and the March on Washington
  302. http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/2315752/jewish/MLK-and-the-March-on-Washington.htm
  303.  
  304. Martin Luther King Brought the Hebrew Prophets to Life
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  306.  
  307. Jews Recall MLK’s Legacy, ‘from Ferguson to Palestine’
  308. http://www.timesofisrael.com/jews-recall-mlks-legacy-from-ferguson-to-palestine/
  309.  
  310. An Alliance: Martin Luther King, Jr and Los Angeles Jews
  311. http://www.scpr.org/programs/offramp/2012/04/04/25881/an-alliance-martin-luther-king-jr-and-los-angeles-/
  312.  
  313. The Jews Who Marched on Washington With Martin Luther King
  314. http://forward.com/articles/182763/the-jews-who-marched-on-washington-with-martin-lut/?p=all
  315.  
  316. Dr. Martin Luther King & The Jewish Community – Then and Now
  317. http://www.jewishjournal.com/rabbijohnrosovesblog/item/dr._martin_luther_king_the_jewish_community_then_and_now
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  319. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Jews in the Civil Rights Movement
  320. http://www.momentmag.com/martin-luther-king-jr-jews-civil-rights-movement/
  321.  
  322. African American Jews on the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  323. http://www.myjewishlearning.com/blog/jewish-and/2014/01/14/african-american-jews-on-the-legacy-of-dr-martin-luther-king/
  324.  
  325. A Special Bond: Martin Luther King Jr., Israel, and American Jewry
  326. http://www.jewishjournal.com/opinion/article/a_special_bond_martin_luther_king_jr._israel_and_american_jewry
  327.  
  328. Days of Awe: Local Rabbi still moved by his March with King in ’65
  329. http://www.jweekly.com/article/full/60459/days-of-awe-local-rabbi-still-moved-by-his-march-with-king-in-65/
  330.  
  331. A Half-Century Later, Rabbis Recall Marching with Martin Luther King
  332. http://www.jewishjournal.com/nation/article/a_half-century_later_rabbis_recall_marching_with_martin_luther_king_2011011
  333.  
  334. Prayer Honors Partnership between Jews and Martin Luther King’s Legacy
  335. http://www.brooklyneagle.com/articles/prayer-honors-partnership-between-jews-and-martin-luther-king%E2%80%99s-legacy
  336.  
  337. The Meaning of Martin Luther King to American Jewish Students in the 1960s
  338. http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Op-Ed-Contributors/The-meaning-of-Martin-Luther-King-to-American-Jewish-students-in-the-1960s-338597
  339.  
  340. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and The Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews
  341. http://archive.adl.org/mlk/mlk_soviet_j.html
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  344.  
  345. MLK Supported Israel
  346. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/01/21/mlk-and-israel.html
  347.  
  348. Martin Luther King & Israel
  349. http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/History/MLKandIsrael.html
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  351. Martin Luther King and Israel
  352. http://www.standwithus.com/news/article.asp?id=2552
  353.  
  354. Letter to an Anti-Zionist Friend
  355. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letter_to_an_Anti-Zionist_Friend
  356.  
  357. In the Words of Martin Luther King
  358. http://www.martinkramer.org/sandbox/2012/03/in-the-words-of-martin-luther-king/
  359.  
  360. The Chutzpah of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  361. http://www.foi.org/blog/chutzpah-dr-martin-luther-king-jr/
  362.  
  363. Why Martin Luther King never Visited Israel
  364. http://www.martinkramer.org/sandbox/2013/01/why-martin-luther-king-never-visited-israel/
  365.  
  366. Martin Luther King’s Dream for Peace in Israel
  367. http://unitedwithisrael.org/a-dream-for-peace-in-israel/
  368.  
  369. How Martin Luther King Jr. Avoided Visiting Israel
  370. http://www.haaretz.com/news/features/how-martin-luther-king-jr-avoided-visiting-israel.premium-1.505277
  371.  
  372. 'Martin Luther King Jr. would have Supported Israel Today'
  373. http://www.jpost.com/International/Martin-Luther-King-Jr-would-have-supported-Israel-today-343952
  374.  
  375. Dr. Martin Luther King and Israel: Documents on his Relations with the State of Israel and Efforts to Arrange his Visit to Israel
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  379.  
  380. Stanley Levison
  381. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Levison
  382.  
  383. Stanley Levison
  384. http://mlk-kpp01.stanford.edu/kingweb/about_king/encyclopedia/levison_stanley.htm
  385.  
  386. Stanley Levison was the Defiant Jewish Friend of MLK
  387. http://www.examiner.com/article/stanley-levison-was-the-defiant-jewish-friend-of-mlk
  388.  
  389. Stanley Levison: Quiet Underwriter of the Civil Rights Movement
  390. http://www.utne.com/politics/stanley-levison-ze0z1409zcwil.aspx
  391.  
  392. King's New York Connection: MLK Jr.'s Friendship with Stanley Levison
  393. http://www.wnyc.org/story/108985-martin-luther-kings-hidden-friend-and-advisor/
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  396.  
  397. Jewish Civil Rights Leaders and Activists
  398.  
  399. Morris Berthold Abram
  400. Felix Adler
  401. Henry Aronson
  402. Arnold Aronson
  403. Paul Bender
  404. Alexander Bickel
  405. Theodore Bikel
  406. Jacob Billikopf
  407. Sarah Borchardt
  408. Esther Swirk Brown
  409. Helen (Lehman) Buttenwieser
  410. Marvin Caplan
  411. Emanuel Celler
  412. Isidor Chein
  413. Richard Cohen
  414. Rabbi Israel Dresner
  415. Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath
  416. Philip Elman
  417. David Feller
  418. Arnold Forster
  419. Felix Frankfurter
  420. Else Frenkel-Brunswick
  421. Alan Gartner
  422. Arthur Goldberg
  423. Jack Greenberg
  424. Rose Gruening
  425. Martha Gruening
  426. Leonard Haas
  427. Ralph Helstein
  428. Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel
  429. Herbert Hill
  430. Rabbi Richard Hirsch
  431. Rabbi Emil Hirsch
  432. Phineas Indritz
  433. Louis Isaac Jaffe
  434. Lani Guinier (1/2 Jewish)
  435. Kivie Kaplan
  436. Daniel Katz
  437. Otto Klineberg
  438. Milton Konvitz
  439. Abraham Lefkowitz
  440. Herman Lehman
  441. Herbert Lehman
  442. Samuel Leibowitz
  443. Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld
  444. Theodore Leskes
  445. Joseph Levin
  446. Salmon Levinson
  447. Stanley Levison
  448. James Liebman
  449. John Ligtenberg
  450. Allard Lowenstein
  451. Edwin Lukas
  452. Julian Mack
  453. Henry Malkewitz
  454. Nathan Margold
  455. Louis Marshall
  456. Will Maslow
  457. Michael Meltsner
  458. Rabbi Uri Miller
  459. Henry Moskowitz
  460. Herman Moskowitz
  461. Dave Pinsky
  462. Ella Sachs Plotz
  463. Shad Polier
  464. Louis Pollack
  465. Rabbi Joachim Prinz
  466. Sol Rabkin
  467. Joseph Rauh, Jr.
  468. Norman Redlich
  469. Marvin Rich
  470. Joseph Robison
  471. Dorothy Rosenman
  472. Rabbi Julius Rosenthal
  473. Julius Rosenwald
  474. William Rosenwald
  475. Rabbi Jacob Rothschild
  476. Walter Sachs
  477. Arthur Sachs
  478. Albert Sachs
  479. Rabbi Ira Sanders
  480. Rabbi David Saperstein
  481. Jacob Schiff
  482. Norbert Schlei
  483. Bernard Segal
  484. George Seligman
  485. Edwin Seligman
  486. Herbert Seligmann
  487. June Shagaloff
  488. Michael Sovern
  489. Joel Spingarn
  490. Arthur Spingarn
  491. James Vorenberg
  492. Harry Wachtel
  493. Lillian Wald
  494. Andrew Weinberger
  495. Jack Weinstein
  496. Herman Weisman
  497. Rabbi Stephen Wise
  498. Peter Zimroth
  499. Howard Zinn
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