I had the privilege last week of speaking at a press conference convened by my colleague Rev. Dr. William Barber II, a Protestant minister, which included more than a dozen other faith leaders. Together, we spoke out against vicious, divisive rhetoric around the topic of race being used in this year's presidential campaign.
It was the second time in the last month that I’d stood alongside Rev. Barber to speak on the issue of racial justice. Recently, the Union for Reform Judaism and the NAACP came together in North Carolina for the launch of Nitzavim, a non-partisan Reform Jewish campaign... Read More