On Election Day 2008, Marcella White Campbell remembers her 4-year-old son playing in front of the TV, repeating the name of the man who would soon become the first African-American president of the United States.
Rabbi Capers Funnye used to endure this joke: "Funnye, you don't look Jewish."
The Pan-African Jewish Alliance (PAJA) is holding its first multi-national meeting on July 11, 2008 with participants from Jewish communities in Uganda, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, and the United States.
Racially and ethnically diverse Jewish leaders from all over the Jewish world are meeting from May 2-5 in San Francisco.
Rabbi Capers Funnye shares a few memories of his outreach as a Rabbi and as an activist.
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