Explore the Historical and Spiritual Bonds Between African-Americans and Jews

On The Frontlines of Faith

Connected by a shared history of enslavement and segregation, Jewish leaders were on the frontlines of faith during the Civil Rights Movement, marching with African-American leaders “at their side” and helping lead the fight against racial injustice.

These bonds are explored together by Dr. E.L. Branch, senior pastor of Third New Hope Baptist Church in Detroit, MI, and Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein in this educational and inspirational recounting of that vital relationship.

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