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Rabbi Abraham Cooper

Rabbi Abraham Cooper is the Associate Dean, Director Global Social Action Agenda at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a leading Jewish human rights organization. Abraham Cooper has been a longtime activist for Jewish and human rights causes. His extensive involvement in Soviet Jewry included visiting refuseniks, helping to open Moscow’s first Jewish Cultural Center, and lecturing at the Soviet Academy of Sciences and the Sakharov Foundation. In 1977, he came to L.A. to help Rabbi Marvin Hier found the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and for three decades Rabbi Cooper has overseen the Wiesenthal Center’s international social action agenda including worldwide antisemitism and extremist groups, Nazi crimes, Interfaith Relations, the struggle to thwart the anti-Israel Divestment campaign, and worldwide promotion of tolerance education. Widely recognized as an international authority on issues related to digital hate and the Internet, Rabbi Cooper was listed in 2017 by Newsweek among the top most influential Rabbis in the United States.


Don't Separate Families at the Border, Don't Expropriate the Holocaust

The images emanating from the border are powerful enough to inspire people to act without deploying Holocaust imagery.

Censored: “Chosen and Excluded – The Hate for Jews in Europe”

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The Absence of Outrage

Were Americans more shocked by the evil spiraling out of control in the Middle East, or by Lady Gaga’s latest outfit?

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