Lelyveld, Arthur

▪ 1997

      U.S. rabbi and Reform Judaism leader whose social activism embraced support for recognition of Israel two years before that country's birth, the fostering of closer relations between Jews and African-Americans, and civil rights work that included the registration of black voters in the South in the early 1960s (b. Feb. 6, 1913—d. April 15, 1996).

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