In New Op-Ed, Leaders Call on District Attorney to Apologize for "Anti-Semitic Language"

Rabbi Drorah Setel

(WXIR-Rochester) In a recent op-ed that was deemed "too political" to print or air prior to the November elections, three prominent members of the local Jewish community call on recently-reelected District Attorney Sandra Doorley to apologize for "anti-semitic language."

The opinion piece was published on November 19th in the Democrat & Chronicle, and co-authored by City Councilmember Mitch Gruber, Rabbi Drorah Setel, and Lauren Deutsch of the Worker Justice Center of New York.

We spoke with Rabbi Setel about the piece, and what its authors are calling for now.