At Home in America’s Home?
Chancellor Schwartz reflects on her visit to the White House for the Hanukkah celebration.
“Entering the White House, I expected to feel unsettled. Yet as I crossed the threshold, I thought about the all-important distinction between a government seeking a religious endorsement, or privileging one religion, and a government that extends respect and gratitude to all religious groups that make up the fabric of our society and especially its generous and humane aspects.”
Continue reading Chancellor Shuly Rubin Schwartz’s “At Home in America’s Home?” in eJewish Philanthropy.