Bruce H. Bernstein: A “Listening Tour,” #7

Time is flying by. We are still staying at Kibbutz Ginosar, overlooking the Sea of Galilee. There has been so much going on, rushing from place to place, that we have not had time to process/integrate the experience. That totality, coupled with the diversity, and as Daniel would say, the multiplicity of voices that make […]

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November 15: Species-Saver

Devra Gail Kleiman, a zoologist who saved the golden lion tamarind monkey from extinction and did the research needed to get giant pandas to breed in captivity, was born in the Bronx on this date in 1942. Kleiman was the first woman scientist hired by an American zoo (in 1972) and was associated with the […]

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