Charles Jacobs, is a journalist who helped create Jewish and human rights organizations. Currently president of Americans for Peace and Tolerance, Jacobs co-founded the Boston branch of CAMERA, and the David Project. In the 1990’s, his American Anti-Slavery Group brought international attention to the enslavement of blacks in North Africa. In 2000, Coretta Scott King presented Jacobs with the Boston Freedom Award for flying illegally into Southern Sudan on slave redemption missions.
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As Passover Nears, Let’s Not Forget Farrakhan’s Shameful Stance on Slavery

As black Africans were being sold as chattel, the preacher refused to come to their aid

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