Eleanor Roosevelt, an international political figure in her own right, was also very much a New Yorker.
Intergenerational, cross-cultural debates raged in Jewish homes over what and how children should play.
The Forward has been reporting the difficult economic conditions of the country since it began.
As summer camps evolved into a tradition for Jewish children, The Forward reported on many of these camps, not only the ones they sponsored.
Both Yiddish and Sindhi’s loss of new generations showcases that when people are forced out of their homes, they lose so much more than property.
Prescient in running for public office while Black, Crosswaith also intuited the question still haunting the progressive movement today.