Heeding the Call: Jewish Voices in America's Civil Rights Struggle

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A TIMELINE OF KEY EVENTS, 1619-1968
From the Arrival of the First Jews and Blacks in America to the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
1619First boatload of African slaves arrives in
Jamestown, Virginia.
1654First Jewish settlers arrive in New Amsterdam.
1791The First Amendment to the United States
Constitution guarantees equality to all
Americans.
1824Passage of Maryland's "Jew Bill" granting Jews
the right to hold elective office.
1843B'nai B'rith founded.
1848Arrival of large number of Jews from Germany.
1851 Ernestine Rose, a Polish-born Jewish woman,
captivates audiences with her speeches against
slavery and for women's rights.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • 1 - No Justice, No Peace 1
  • 2 - One for All 13
  • 3 - Speaking Up 25
  • 4 - To Help and Heal 47
  • 5 - The Call to Action 69
  • 6 - Helping People Help Themselves 85
  • 7 - Through Legal Means 99
  • 8 - To the Streets 125
  • 9 - Thank God Almighty 147
  • 10 - Building Bridges 167
  • A Timeline of Key Events, 1619-1968 - From the Arrival of the First Jews And Blacks in America to the Assassination Of Martin Luther King, Jr. 181
  • Selected Bibliography 195
  • Index 199
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