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Letter from Rabbi Eisendrath to Bernard Goodman, November 13, 1963

Letter from Rabbi Eisendrath to Bernard Goodman, November 13, 1963

Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath to Bernard Goodman, 13 November 1963, Hebrew Union Congregation Official Records, Greenville, Mississippi. Permission for use granted by Richard Dattel.

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Letter from Rabbi Eisendrath to Bernard Goodman, November 13, 1963

Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath to Bernard Goodman, 13 November 1963, Hebrew Union Congregation Official Records, Greenville, Mississippi. Permission for use granted by Richard Dattel.

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Other license (see note)
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Hebrew Union Congregation
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Hebrew Union Congregation

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Letter between Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the president of the Board of Trustees of Union Hebrew Congregation, Bernard Goodman. The letter is a response to a letter dated November 7, 1963. It discusses the invitation to Martin Luther King to address the UAHC Biennial. Eisendrath then goes on to state that more must be done to support the Civil Rights Movement even if it angers congregations.

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November 13, 1963

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Letter from Rabbi Eisendrath to Bernard Goodman, November 13, 1963 ." (Viewed on April 17, 2014) <http://jwa.org/media/letter-from-rabbi-eisendrath-to-bernard-goodman-november-13-1963>.