Jewish Activists Who Fought Trump Promise They Won't Go Easy on Biden

These activists were at the forefront of the fight for social justice during the Trump era. Now they tell Haaretz how they are preparing for the day after he's gone

Danielle Ziri
Danielle Ziri
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NEW YORK – At the end of four tumultuous years, Jewish activists’ struggles for social justice are not going away with President Donald Trump.

“Our work is not done at all,” Rabbi Jill Jacobs told Haaretz last week. “Over the next four years and beyond, we have to work hard. It’s not like everything was fine and then Trump came along,” said the executive director of T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights.