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a portrait of Ernest Kahn

Ernie Kahn was born in 1926 in Southwestern Germany and fled Nazi Germany with his family 2 months before he turned 13 years old. For more than 40 years, Ernie has played visible roles in various Jewish organizations across North America and was considered a go-to resource for social service, educational, and community organizations looking to their futures. 


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What the American Synagogue Learned from the US Constitution 

In 1790, the trustees of Congregation Shearith Israel of New York approved a revised constitution. The document began: “We, the members of the K.K. [i.e., “Kehillah Kedoshah (holy congregation)] Shearith Israel, met this day by a legal summons from the junta [board] published in the synagogue two Sabbath days successively, do by these present in the most solemn manner, in the presence of the Almighty and of each other, agree to form such rules to serve for and be considered as a constitution, and to accede to such other institutions, rules, and regulations as may be conducive to the general good of this congregation.”

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