In light of the horrible act of vandalism that took place at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery, see how the Pilgrimage of Trust aims to restore peace and unity in our city.
Messenger: Unity sparked by Jewish cemetery vandalism sets stage for Pilgrimage of Trust
Something Brother Emile told me took on greater meaning just hours after we met.
It was Monday at a downtown coffee shop. We were talking about fear and trust, about the difficult process of breaking down barriers between people of different faiths, races and backgrounds, to buil more unified communities that respect one another’s differences.
“Fear is the great enemy,” Brother Emile said.