Category:Religious Liberty by Moses Jacob Ezekiel

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"Religious Liberty" was commissioned by B'nai B'rith and dedicated in 1876 to "the people of the United States" as an expression of support for the constitutional guarantee of religious freedom. Created by Moses Jacob Ezekiel, the first American Jewish sculptor to gain international prominence, the 25-foot marble monument was carved in Italy and shipped to Fairmount Park in Philadelphia for the nation's Centennial Exposition. It was later moved to Independence Mall and now stands in front of the National Museum of American Jewish History.

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