Chana Pollack


A Life of Social Activism and Free Love

By Chana Pollack

Lucy Fox Robins Lang (second from right) at her book party, 1948 // Copyright Forward Association Read More


How Yemenite Jewish Performer Enchanted New York City

By Chana Pollack

Sarah Osnath Halevy // Copyright Forward Association Read More


Throwback Thursday: Yiddish Novelist Takes On Stalin's Terror

By Chana Pollack

Throwback Thursday: Yiddish Novelist Takes On Stalin's Terror
Vera Hacken was the Odessa-born memoirist of a Czernowitz childhood, and an early novelist of the intricacies of life under the Soviet Union’s police state apparatus — but much of her life remains somewhat shrouded in mystery. So when we found her dreamy photo in our archive and felt ourselves hooked in by her dark-eyed melancholic scrutiny, we were determined to unveil some of the hinted-at inscrutability.Read More


Throwback Thursday: Yoo Hoo, TV-Icon Mrs. Weissman

By Chana Pollack

Dora Weissman (left) and an unknown woman / Copyright Forward Association Read More


Throwback Thursday: Jewish Queen of Polish Waltzes

By Chana Pollack

Actress and singer Marta Eggerth // Copyright Forward Association Read More



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