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African American - Jewish Relations, with Dr. Joshua Furman - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Rahmani
01:32
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Amy Rahmani
04:09
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Amy Rahmani
05:53
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Gail
06:02
Hello
Marian Bell
06:14
hello. mairian here
Sonia Horowitz
06:22
Hi Everyone
Kalmans
06:39
barbara kalmans
Marge Leventon
06:57
good morning everyone!
Marian Bell
19:33
also African American living next door talking at the fence was certainly not the way it was
Linda
28:40
Sara wants to speak
Sondra Kaplan
30:45
I was encouraged as a Southern Jew because of these ordinary people around me to see our persecution in Dallas Texas of the Jews, and the holocaust, and Soviet Jews. So I became an activist/
Donna Gershenwald
46:07
Please send me a copy of Rabbi Malev’s essay. Thanks so much!
Donna Gershenwald
46:25
donza1@me.com
Sonia Horowitz
47:39
Yes, Rabbi Cahana took a different approach from Rabbi Malev
Jerry Wische
51:43
Leslie & Sandy are out of town
Donna Gershenwald
01:03:37
What was the relationship between Houston’s Jews across the congregations of Rabbi Cahana and Rabbi Malev, given that those rabbis had such different views?
Jerry Wische
01:05:39
I think Cahanas holocaust experience greatly influrenced his approach
Marian Bell
01:07:44
will class be 1 1/2 hours. that is what I have down.
Donna Gershenwald
01:07:56
Many thanks! Very interesting class.
Amy Rahmani
01:08:14
jf36@rice.edu
SJB-WIN-10
01:08:38
Josh: Thanks so much for another great class!
SJB-WIN-10
01:08:42
Sandy Block
Marian Bell
01:08:53
super.
Sonia Horowitz
01:08:58
Great c;lass! Thanks, my first time doing this.
Sonia Horowitz
01:09:09
Stay well.