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Discussion Questions - Description

  1. African Americans can be seen as having a "hyphenated identity" (black and American—an identity that combines race and nationality). Consider what hyphenated group Rabbi Prinz is speaking as a member of. How does he make it clear that this group is hyphenated?
  2. According to Rabbi Prinz, why do Jews identify with African Americans?
  3. How does Rabbi Prinz connect the Civil Rights Movement to the Holocaust?
  4. What does Rabbi Prinz believe is the "most urgent problem" facing America?
  5. What does he see as the solution to this problem?

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Discussion Questions - Description." (Viewed on April 25, 2014) <http://jwa.org/node/11912>.