Reflections on Racism and Social Divisiveness

Michael Rosensweig Tradition Online | April 27, 2021

 “The killing of George Floyd in May 2020, along with other tragic occurrences that have dominated headlines over this past year, have served to spotlight the reality that racism—an ancient, endemic, ubiquitous scourge, a blight on otherwise humane or humanistic societies—sadly still prevails in a variety of forms, explicit and subtle, egregious and subconscious, specific-personal and collective-systemic.”

Read Rabbi Michael Rosensweig’s new essay at TRADITION in which he urges us to be worthy of the legacy of Abraham.

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