5 edition of The Temple bombing found in the catalog.
The Temple bombing
Melissa Fay Greene
Includes bibliographical references (p. 471-478) and index.
|Statement||Melissa Fay Greene.|
|LC Classifications||F294.A89 J536 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||502 p. :|
|Number of Pages||502|
In “The Temple Bombing” we are presented with a minute piece of real Atlanta (and world) history. It’s grimly fascinating and worth . The temple was the fourth southern synagogue to be bombed in a year and shook the “city too busy to hate” to its core. Rabbi Jacob Rothschild had outspokenly supported integration for years and in the wake of the Brown v. Board of Education decision that ended segregation, racial tension made the temple an inviting target.
Join GPB in person or via live chat and livestream tonight for a panel discussion about the Temple bombing, featuring Janice Rothschild Blumberg. Here is how to take part. This post gives context to that bombing. It explains what happened and how Rabbi Jacob Rothschild was integral in healing the city of Atlanta. Atlanta is home to two of the most infamous cases of. An urgent, fiery reconstruction of a tragic moment in the history of Atlanta, a moment when the combustible mix of black oppression, Jewish liberalism, and white anxiety finally blew up in an otherwise peaceful city. During the night of Oct. 12, , 50 sticks of dynamite exploded under the august old Reform synagogue known simply as the Temple. It was a warning to Jacob .
The bombing was the work of white supremacists and anti-Semitic hate groups. The Temple’s leader, Rabbi Jacob Rothschild, was a staunch ally of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and he used his pulpit to advocate for social justice. “We were asleep. The Temple Bombing is an act of witness against the chaos, at once sickening, elegant, and heartfelt. The National Book Foundation, Nonfiction Finalist Award. Biography l Author Profiles Last Man Out l The Temple Bombing l Praying for Sheetrock Magazine Articles l Adoption Stories Family Photos. Home.
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Finalist for the National Book Award, The Temple Bombing is the brilliant and moving examination of one town that came together in the face of hatred, a book that rescues a slice of the civil rights era whose lessons still resonate nearly fifty years after that fateful fall by: The Temple Bombing book.
Read 45 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. At in the morning of Sunday, Octoa bundle of 4/5. “The Temple Bombing is an important book that brings to life a pivotal time and place in Southern history”. —Washington Post “This book is as illuminating as it is shocking.
I learned a great deal from Ms Greene, and so will many readers who think their lives are disconnected from history.” —New York Times Book Review. The bombing had done about $, in damage (about three-quarters of a million dollars in today’s money). That support is why The Temple’s old social hall was named “Friendship Hall.” During the first Shabbat service after the bombing, Rabbi Rothschild spoke perhaps the.
small in number, Jews had been present in Atlanta since its founding in the mid-nineteenth century and were well represented among the city's merchant and professional classes.
The roughly 1, Jews who belonged to the Temple at the time of its bombing were similarly situated, and numerous members enjoyed prominence in a variety of fields.
The found the book riveting. I connected with the book on many levels. The book’s main character, Rabbi Jacob Rothschild, who served as the Temple’s rabbi during the October bombing, began his career at Rodef Shalom Congregation in Pittsburgh where he grew up/5.
With "The Temple Bombing," Melissa Fay Greene surpasses the accomplishment of "Praying for Sheetrock." Much like that book, "The Temple Bombing" is a microcosm of the Civil Rights Movement.
It is the story of the bombing Cited by: "The Temple Bombing" relies heavily upon Greene's interviews and oral histories, as well as her extensive research, which she unites in a lucid, propulsive narrative.
Melissa Fay Greene searched for truth with her book, The Temple Bombing. In her book, award-winning author Melissa Fay Greene seeks the truth behind one Author: Myrydd Wells. Temple Bombing On Octoa bomb exploded outside the most prominent Jewish synagogue in the Atlanta.
It was a sign of the growing tensions over the civil rights movement between both. Finalist for the National Book Award, The Temple Bombing is the brilliant and moving examination of one town that came together in the face of hatred, a book that rescues a slice of the civil rights era whose lessons still resonate nearly fifty years after that fateful fall day.
"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.4/5(). Get this from a library. The Temple bombing. [Melissa Fay Greene; Mazal Holocaust Collection.] -- On Octothe Temple, Atlanta's oldest and most prominent synagogue, was blown open by fifty sticks of dynamite.
The shock wave that reverberated across the. Finalist for the National Book Award, The Temple Bombing is the brilliant and moving examination of one town that came together in the face of hatred, a book that rescues a slice of the civil rights era whose lessons still resonate nearly fifty years after that fateful fall day.
We are excited to welcome over colleagues to The Temple during our upcoming CCAR Convention in year marks the th anniversary of our congregation. As part of the festivities, the Alliance Theater has commissioned a theatrical production of Melissa Faye Greene’s book, The Temple are thrilled to be.
Temple Bombing Melissa Fay Greene, Author Ballantine Books $14 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. ARTICLES. Children and More Children: PW Talks with Melissa Fay Greene. The temple bombing trials offered such an opportunity. Garland defended the five accused bombers, and in the process lost any friends he had made in Atlanta's Jewish community.
Yet more than 30 years later, Garland's son and Greene's husband are partners in law. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates: photographs ; 25 cm: Contents: 1 A Cracker Camelot 15 The White Man's War 33 The Most Beloved Jew Next to Jesus 52 The Invisible Checkerboard 78 "Dear Rabbi: My Son Melvin " The Yiddish Capital of the South Black.
The Temple Bombing is the brilliant and moving examination of Atlanta as it came together in the face of hatred. It is a book that rescues a slice of the civil. The Temple Bombing: A Special Q&A Salon Lois Retzes discusses The Temple Bombing with the book’s author, Melissa Fay Greene, and the director and playright of the stage adaptation, Jimmy Maize.
Melissa Fay Greene's award-winning books Praying for Sheetrock and The Temple Bombing chronicle dramatic episodes in the civil rights movement in Georgia. Focusing on individuals who played important roles in these events, Greene vividly illuminates issues and conflicts that shaped the state in the latter half of the twentieth century.
The Temple Bombing Melissa Fay Green, Author, Melissa Fay Greene, Author Addison Wesley Publishing Company $25 (0p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book In Atlanta Temple Bombing. On the morning of Sunday, Octoshortly after a.m., an explosion ripped through the Reform Temple on Peachtree Street in Atlanta.
Although no one was hurt, the blast, which woke people from their sleep several blocks away, caused almost $, of damage. 1 Atlanta Constitution, Octo ; New York Times, Octo Finalist for the National Book Award, The Temple Bombing is the brilliant and moving examination of one town that came together in the face of hatred, a book that rescues a slice of the civil rights era whose lessons still resonate nearly fifty years after that fateful fall : Hachette Books.