From the moment he arrived at B'nai Jeshurun, Rabbi Marshall Meyer exhibited the same courage and dedication to the highest principles of social justice and human rights that, at great risk to himself and his family, he displayed in Argentina during the rule of the Colonels. After his death, the rabbis, who were his disciples, carried on the tradition of speaking out for human dignity and for those causes championed by the prophets of old and enlightened people in our day. May these great leaders of B'nai Jeshurun go from strength to strength in their efforts to educate their congregants and inspire Jews and non Jews alike to create a better world.
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