Sorry Not Sorry
Actress Alyssa Milano recounted her career and political activism. Sixth and I Historical Synagogue in Washington, D.C. sponsored this virtual event.
People in this video
- Eugene "E.J." Joseph Dionne Jr. Columnist Washington Post
Jackie Leventhal Associate Director (Former) Sixth and I Historic Synagogue
- Alyssa Milano Actor, Producer and Political Activist
Heather Moran Executive Director Sixth and I Historic Synagogue
Sorry Not Sorry
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