“A person cannot be religious and indifferent to other human beings’ plight and suffering … much of our history is a history of indifference, dominated by a famous statement, ‘Am I my brother’s keeper?’”

—”Plight of Russian Jews”

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I value Heschel's teaching that we are not all prophets but there should be something of the prophet in every one of us.

Dr. Arnold Eisen

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Ruth Messinger

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National Conference on Religion and Race

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Fifty years later, we're in a place where dialogue is so difficult, and I celebrate Heschel who relished those moments and found many ways to be in conversation.  

Rev Colin Bossen

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I see in social justice activism a religious obligation, and that is at the center of my rabbinate.

Rabbi Claudia Kreiman