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A visiting Judaic studies fellow explains why he's conducting new research on the more than 250,000 displaced Holocaust victims who spent years in refugee camps after the war.
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A 72-year-old Mount Airy native shares her spiritual and life experiences in a new book promising Re­cipes for a Sacred Life.
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Jan L. Apple, JE Feature
Survivors of one of the most brutal sieges in history shared memories of air raids, bombings and starvation at an event in the Northeast.
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State Rep. Brendan Boyle and vocal Holocaust education advocate Rhonda Fink-Whitman lead group from the Klein JCC to lobby in front of the State Senate.
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After partnering with a larger university press, the venerable publisher recently won a national award, completed an ambitious anthology of ancient texts and has several other projects in progress.
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