Celia Dropkin stunned the New York’s Yiddish literary world in the 1920’s.
Historian Jonathan Schorsch launches an initiative in the German capital that promotes political activism based on traditional Jewish texts.
The Jewish neighborhood in Warsaw was denigrated as poor and dangerous but newspapers of the period reveal a diverse, dynamic Jewish community.
Rabbis and advocates now believe that the victim comes first.5
Yes, really in Mongolia.
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