Susan Goldberg

Rabbi

Rabbi at Wilshire Boulevard Temple

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Saturday’s mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh killed 11 people and left six others injured.

How do LA rabbis keep their synagogues secure but welcoming?

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Rabbi Susan Goldberg of Wilshire Boulevard Temple shares the Jewish reaction to the Donald Trump presidency. She was also targeted by anti-semitic Trump supporters.

Rabbi: Jewish values don’t change with the presidency

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