Surrounded by dozens of Jewish American lawyers Thursday at the National Museum of American Jewish History, litigator Roberta Kaplan gave a blunt assessment of the state of Jewish life in the United States.

“The American Jewish experience and the freedoms we enjoy are currently threatened like never before,” Kaplan said. “It’s been a very long time since the security of the American Jewish community was as much at risk as it is today.”

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