Teaching Civil Rights to Jews

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Many of us know that Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel walked with Martin Luther King Jr. at the Selma Civil Rights March in 1965. But that’s just a tiny bit of the history of Jewish involvement in the civil rights movement. If you’re struggling to teach a civil rights lesson to your Hebrew or Sunday school class, you’re in luck!

The Jewish Women’s Archive recently launched Living the Legacy, a new online curriculum on Jews and the Civil Rights Movement, featuring stories of women and men fighting for social justice.

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