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Susan Goldberg

Rabbi at Wilshire Boulevard Temple

Susan Goldberg on KCRW

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?

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

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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

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.

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