Standing on Holy Ground

As you know I traveled to Selma, Alabama to participate in the NAACP’s Journey for Justice representing the Central Conference of Reform Rabbis.  I was profoundly moved by my experience marching with the Torah across the Edmund Pettis Bridge.  I have written my additional thoughts. Published by the Jewish Journal of Los Angeles. Here is the link:

Standing on holy ground.

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