March 15: Yehuda Bauer

Born in Czechoslovakia in 1926, secular Jewish leader and Holocaust scholar Yehuda Bauer migrated with his family to Palestine on this date in 1939, sneaking past Nazi officials. He was fluent at an early age in Czech, Slovak, and German, and later learned Hebrew, Yiddish, English, French, and Polish. Bauer took time off from his […]

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Spring 2014

The Editors call for Black Liberation and Jewish Identity The Editorial Board on Mississippi Freedom Summer, 1964 — The Old Jim Crow, the New Jim Crow: Part One, Part Two, Part Three — all of which you can download as a single document [PDF]. Louise Cooper on Poverty & Older Women Mitchell Abidor on the […]

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