Guest Commentary

April 16, 2014 2:55 PM

Attorney general asked to help guide Kansas City area after hate-crime killings

“The murders unexpectedly attacked this intrinsic prejudice against the other because it exposed our mutual vulnerability,” Rabbi Mark H. Levin writes in an open letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder. “But we need you, Mr. Attorney General, to point us in the right direction, to instruct us that we cannot allow these innocent and righteous people to have died in vain and that we must now assume the responsibility to truly understand our neighbors.”

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