NJ Assemblyman Gordon M. Johnson Joins Englewood's Moriah School at the Simon Wiesenthal Center to Share in the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

NJ Assemblyman Gordon M. Johnson Joins Englewood's Moriah School at the Simon Wiesenthal Center to Share in the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
From The Bergen Dispatch:
New Jersey Assemblyman Gordon M. Johnson (D-Bergen) joined the Moriah School as it visited the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance in New York, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Moriah School's middle school participated in a day-long program using the lessons of the Holocaust and other instances of human rights abuses to teach tolerance and civil rights. Assemblyman Johnson gave the keynote address, focusing on the historical connection between the African American and Jewish communities to reinforce the continuing need to jointly combat anti-Semitism and racism.

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(L-R) Moriah School Middle School English Department Chair Rachel Schwartz, NJ Assembly Member Gordon Johnson, Simon Wiesenthal Center Eastern Director Michael Cohen, MOTNY Docent Tami Volodarsky and Moriah School Children.
 
 
 NJ Assembly Member Gordon Johnson and MOTNY Holocaust Survivor Sami Steigmann
 
 
 NJ Assembly Member Gordon Johnson Addressing the Moriah School's Sixth and Seventh Grades
 
 
 Sixth Grade Students Learning About the Power of Images
 
 
 Assembly Member Johnson and the Wiesenthal Center's Eastern Director, Michael Cohen
 
 
 MOTNY Docent and Holocaust Survivor Sami Steigmann, NJ Assemblyman Gordon Johnson, Simon Wiesenthal Center Eastern Director Michael Cohen with Moriah School Students.