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An Unlikely Journalist: Emile Bocian in Chinatown, Part 3: ACTIVISM

By Lauren Gilbert (co-curator)
Senior Manager for Public Services, Center for Jewish History

An Unlikely Journalist: Emile Bocian in Chinatown, Part 3: ACTIVISM

This is a series of blog posts about the upcoming exhibition An Unlikely Photojournalist: Emile Bocian in Chinatown, a joint project of The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) and Center for Jewish History. For an overview of the exhibition and its…

Reflecting on the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom—
50 years ago today

by David P. Rosenberg, M.P.A., Reference Services Research Coordinator, Center for Jewish History

Rabbi Uri Miller, president of the Synagogue Council of America, recited a prayer during the March on Washington in 1963. It included:

Thou [G-d] hast endowed all men equally with the rights to live, to liberty…

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