Many of us, both Jews and Christians, want the public square to be pluralistic, which is neither partisan nor naked.
At screenings for 'Black in America,' I've heard people say, 'Well you know, I never thought you were black until you did Katrina, and then I thought you were black.'
I have inherited my father's sense of humour about myself. It's a lot more pleasant to make fun of yourself than when someone else does.
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