[The Jews were busy with some racial propaganda and they did it on Martin Luther day. Martin Luther was a Black Communist who liked to have sex with White women, and like Nelson Mandela, he was close to Jews. So like Mandela, they praise Luther all the time. Anyhow, the Jews got this Black Jew woman (born in Germany, and married to a "White Jew") to run an organisation. But after 10 months, she resigns WITHOUT EXPLAINING WHY… She just leaves, and writes some diplomatically nice nonsense .. but she's gone. I suspect there is a lot more to this than meets the eye. Anyway, Jews of colour and White Jews are apparently working together in "harmony" … but I doubt it's all that slick. I'm sure there's more going on than you'll ever hear. In South Africa the DA, a political party that is owned and run by Jews since it's inception, also let Blacks go to the top. And they put a Black face on it – A Black Christian married to a White woman (who might be Jewish – I'm not fully sure). Anyhow, The more the Blacks took control of the Political party, the wilder things got. Eventually it became so crazy that the Jews had to bring in the Communist Jewess, Helen Zille, to SEIZE CONTROL OF THE PARTY … before it went into total meltdown. DON'T BELIEVE Jewish diversity crap. Even the Jews can't get it right and in Israel, "White Jews" and "Black Jews" have huge stresses. It's wonderful. Jews only invented DIVERSITY in order to TRICK and MISLEAD the European race. There's nothing more to it than that. Below is the photo of the Black Jewess who was born in Germany who quit after 10 months. Jan]
Marcella White Campbell resigned as executive director of the Jewish diversity nonprofit Be’chol Lashon on Oct. 29, after just 10 months in the role. Julian Voloj, the organization’s former director of partnerships, is serving as interim director.
White Campbell announced her resignation from the San Francisco-based nonprofit in a Nov. 5 email to friends and colleagues. “I write with excitement and a hint of sadness to let you know that, after seven amazing years on staff, I have left my role as Executive Director of Be’chol Lashon,” she wrote. “I have been grateful for the opportunity to lead Be’chol Lashon through a transitional period in its history, and [am] proud of the internal changes and external initiatives we have launched during this time. I’m excited to see our team of talented and deeply committed Jews of Color and allies continue that momentum.”
She did not give a reason for stepping down. Voloj said Be’chol Lashon would include a statement about the leadership transition in its next newsletter.
White Campbell’s appointment as the first person of color to lead Be’chol Lashon, which advocates for Jews of color, was announced with fanfare on Martin Luther King Jr. Day last January. She succeeded Diane Tobin, who founded the nonprofit in 2000 with her husband, Jewish demographer Gary Tobin. Be’chol Lashon — Hebrew for “in every language” — runs programs celebrating ethnic and racial diversity in the Jewish world, including a summer camp in Northern California geared toward Jewish children of color.
During the past year, White Campbell was front and center representing the organization. She participated in a webinar with ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt about antisemitism and racism, as well as a virtual Kabbalat Shabbat in honor of Juneteenth, the national holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. In July, she joined other local, city and state leaders at Congregation Emanu-El to show solidarity with the San Francisco Jewish community following a string of antisemitic incidents in the city.
Prior to becoming Be’chol Lashon’s executive director, she was the director of marketing and communications and helped develop the organization’s “Passport to Peoplehood,” educational resources about Jewish communities around the world. She and her family belong to Or Shalom Jewish Community, and she serves on the S.F. synagogue’s board.
Voloj was born in Germany to Colombian Jewish parents. He previously worked at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, Legacy Heritage Fund, JDC and Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty, according to his biography on the Be’chol Lashon website. He is also the author of several graphic novels about historical figures, including artist Jean-Michel Basquiat and Superman co-creator Joe Shuster.