The 70 men and women that Harriet Tubman guided from slavery to freedom on the Underground Railroad called her “Moses.” They took strength from the Bible’s story of liberation from Egypt.
Born in the 11th century, Yiddish has been a living tongue for Western and East European-origin Jews ever since. ...
B’NAI SHALOM READS! Join Myrna Spinrad as she leads discussion of Amos Oz’s masterful memoir, A Tale of Love and Darkness.