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Ruth Bader Ginsburg often reflected on the influence of her Jewish heritage on her career, emphasizing the Jewish tradition’s demand for justice.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Harlem’s Jewish community was the third-largest in the world, just behind Warsaw, Poland, and the Lower East Side.
In his ongoing fight for justice, King transcended divisions to work with different communities, religions, and races.

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