Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb

Lynn Gottlieb, one of the first women to become a rabbi in Jewish history, is a storyteller, percussionist, ceremonial/visual artist, human rights advocate, peace educator, and author. As a Freeman Fellow with The Fellowship of Reconciliation and co-founder of Interfaith Peace Builders, Lynn leads interfaith and mural arts delegations to the Middle East. Lynn co-founded The Muslim-Jewish Peacewalk with Abdur Rauf Campos Marquetti (2002). Lynn currently serves on the board of Interfaith Movement 4 Human Integrity which focuses on immigrant rights in California, and on the rabbinic council of Jewish Voice for Peace.


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