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[6 Aug 2018 | No Comment | ]

MY VISITS TO ANGOLA PRISON
Rabbi Michael Whitman

In 1984, shortly into my first rabbinic position in Metairie, a suburb of New Orleans, with very little pastoral experience, I received a call from a stranger. There was a prisoner in Angola State Prison, on death row, who requested a visit from a rabbi, would I come? When, years later, I saw the film “Dead Man Walking,” I recognized the walk through the housing project at the beginning, filmed on scene. I took that walk to meet the woman who would become my …

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[4 Aug 2018 | No Comment | ]

HELEN PREJEAN — POPE FRANCIS ABOLISH DEATH PENALTY

Father John Walsh
In 1976, after an impassioned, last-minute speech by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, the House of Commons narrowly passed Bill C-84, abolishing the death penalty in Canada. It was abolished after a decade of fierce debate. Sister Helen Prejean writes Dead Man Walking and narrates the movie of the same name for which Susan Sarandon received an academy award playing the role of Sister Helen. Years later I attended a talk by Sister Helen at UQAM in Montreal. She was forceful and …

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[16 Jul 2018 | No Comment | ]

SEPARATING CHILDREN FROM PARENTS IS INHUMAN
Imam Dr. Zijad Delic

The American policy of separating children from their parents and locking them up without committing a crime is criminal. The color of their skin and the geographic location of their birth is no reason whatsoever to treat them like criminals. It is inhuman and incomprehensible. Pope Francis, the role-model of the Catholic Church, described the policy as immoral. The implementation of the policy of zero tolerance is an act, the lowest of the low, indicating what humans are capable of doing to …

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[15 Jul 2018 | No Comment | ]

LETTER TO ATTORNEY GENERAL SESSIONS AND SECRETARY NIELSEN
ZERO TOLERANCE FOR SEPARATING FAMILIES
Rabbi Michael Whitman

Dear Attorney General Sessions and Secretary Nielsen,
On behalf of the 26 undersigned national Jewish organizations and institutions, we write to express our strong opposition to the recently expanded “zero-tolerance” policy that includes separating children from their migrant parents when they cross the border. This policy undermines the values of our nation and jeopardizes the safety and well-being of thousands of people.
As Jews, we understand the plight of being an immigrant fleeing violence and oppression. We believe that …

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[9 Jul 2018 | No Comment | ]

OUR CHILDREN WERE SEPARATED FROM OUR MOTHERS
FATHER JOHN WALSH

As Canadians we know our aboriginal sisters and brothers were restrained on reserves and many of our sisters went missing and were confirmed dead. It began with the separation of our sisters and brothers from our mothers and when they were put in residential schools they were mistreated and abused. A cultural genocide ensued when native girls and boys were culturally morphed into little white girls and boys. So it is easy to mouth the words “we are all sisters and brothers” …