Vol. 2, Issue 20
“In 1882, the Jewish community built Congregation Beth Israel Synagogue, which I belong to today, a place of fused Jewish and Southern culture (a place, in that way, very much like myself). “Their goal, then, as now, was like Jews everywhere, following the instructions of the prophet Jeremiah,” Leffler has explained, “‘To seek the peace of the city.’ And I think they did that.””
From Elisabeth Becker’s essay “New and Beautiful Places.”
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