In a saga going on seven weeks, the Rev. Eric Lee has been accused by Daphna Ziman of parroting “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion;” apologized for “any misunderstandings;” acted like a contrite man; celebrated Pesach at Wilshire Boulevard Temple; been blasted by MLK’s former attorney; broken bread and held hands to heal the wounds; and as of today, co-written an op-ed with Ziman about how their ordeal was a microcosm of “a national racial storm.”
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Tag: Rev. Eric Lee
May 22, 2008 | 10:27 pm
May 1, 2008 | 6:00 pmThe details of the ugly dustup between a leading local Jewish philanthropist, Daphna Ziman, and the local African American head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the Rev. Eric Lee, are still at issue. Ziman disseminated her account of the encounter in a widely...