For years, ‘Unorthodox’ author Deborah Feldman was told to get over the Holocaust. A first-hand encounter with neo-Nazis in Berlin forced her to face up to her fears, her critics — and even her boyfriend.
As the survivors of the Holocaust grow older and their numbers diminish, the so-called third generation of Holocaust memoirists are devising new, unique methods to keep stories of the Shoah alive.
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More that 300 Muslim and Jewish women gathered last week in Princeton, New Jersey to find common ground through faith and friendship.
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