December 04, 2019

1968


Following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., civil disorder broke out in Baltimore City. Jewish businesses were not spared, and an emergency line opened at Jewish Family and Children’s Services. They distributed food and provided temporary housing. The Hebrew Free Loan Association offered loans to help rebuild what was damaged.

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