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Current Book: We Lived There Too: In Their Own Words and Pictures Pioneer Jews and the Westward Movement of America 1630-1930 – Kenneth Libo, St Martins Press, 1985
Topic: Jewish History
Back cover description: We lived There Too is a vivid portrayal of the Jewish immigrants who went west to forge new and vibrant communities in every corner of the American Wilderness. Constructed out of a rich treasury of many hitherto unpublished dairies, memories and letters, together with contemporary newspaper articles, photographs and drawings, this real life saga is filled with dramatic reminiscences that display the humor and humanity of the Jewish tradition.
Please order your Paperback edition in time for our June 17 meeting.
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On Wednesday of this week, Xusana Davis, VT Director of Racial Equity, was asked to respond to the following question, “What can Vermonters do right now?” Her answer, “Do Something.”
Sometimes we feel overwhelmed by the enormity of the challenge before us. A simple step, large or small, can get us going. Acting begets more acting.
Consider this medium.com list of 75 ways in which you might act. Choose one (or more!) or create your own action.
We are exploring many ways Temple Sinai might respond to the calls for justice resonating in the land. Please join us. All voices welcome. Visit our web page to see what we’ve been up to.
Contact your Social Action Committee with your suggestions, reactions, and concerns.