November 04, 2019

1939


With the rise of antisemitism nationwide, the Baltimore Jewish Council was created to safeguard “the equal rights of Jews.” Rabbi Morris Lieberman of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation was its first part-time unpaid director. The organization would expand its mandate in the 1990s “to include outreach to other ethnic and religious groups, advocacy for Israel and support for Soviet Jews and other oppressed people.”

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