For black Jews, Obama represented an America of multiple identities

For black Jews, Obama represented an America of multiple identities

Ben Sales, JTA, 01/09/2017

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.

Ugandan rabbi heads to South Suburbs to celebrate Sabbath

Ugandan rabbi heads to South Suburbs to celebrate Sabbath

Myra Eder, Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle, 05/08/2015

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Video: Treasured Rabbinical Moments, Rabbi Capers Funnye

Video: Treasured Rabbinical Moments, Rabbi Capers Funnye

African American Registry Team, African American Registry, 11/02/2012

Rabbi Capers Funnye shares a few memories of his outreach as a Rabbi and as an activist.

Black Jews Gain Wider Acceptance

Black Jews Gain Wider Acceptance

Len Lyons, The Jewish Daily Forward, 07/22/2012

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Capers Funnye’s double indemnity as a black rabbi

Capers Funnye’s double indemnity as a black rabbi

Charles Lewis, The National Post, 11/19/2011

Rabbi Capers Funnye used to endure this joke: "Funnye, you don't look Jewish."

PRESS RELEASE: Historic Day for Black African Jews

PRESS RELEASE: Historic Day for Black African Jews

Team Be'chol Lashon, 07/10/2008

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.

PRESS RELEASE: Black, Latino, and Asian Jews From Around the Globe Meet in San Francisco

PRESS RELEASE: Black, Latino, and Asian Jews From Around the Globe Meet in San Francisco

Team Be'chol Lashon, 05/01/2008

Racially and ethnically diverse Jewish leaders from all over the Jewish world are meeting from May 2-5 in San Francisco.

Black Rabbi Reaches Out to Mainstream of His Faith

Black Rabbi Reaches Out to Mainstream of His Faith

Niko Koppel, The New York Times, 03/16/2008

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Black Rabbi Seeks to Bridge Divide

Black Rabbi Seeks to Bridge Divide

Ben Harris, JTA, 12/31/2007

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