For four hours at a megachurch outside of Dallas, pastors of color shared their personal stories of leading a multiethnic church.
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In the early 1970s, then-Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef recognized Ethiopian Jews, yet many still encountered difficulty being recognized by the rabbinical system.
Be’chol Lashon, an organization that promotes ethnic diversity within Jewish community, publishes curriculum in honor of U.S. civil rights leader to tackle difficult identity issues.
My mixed-race daughter will be part of the nonwhite majority of American youth, which is cause for both celebration and fear.