Irena Klepfisz quotes

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... she learned survival
depends on complete distrust. Even today she is still
...
These words are dedicated to those who survived
because life is a wilderness and they were savage
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Yiddish acted as the cement that bound the Jewish community together on a socialist foundation. What language we spoke was critica ...
Most Jewish feminists and gays that I know remain angry and frustrated by Jewish progressives. Deeply committed to progressive cau ...
...I ... know the bitter fact that most lives are incredibly wasted, that opportunities for developing identity, for receiving ple ...
...Jews must learn to say without excuse, without equivocation: despite our history and our powerlessness in the past, despite all ...
...Jews ... have been unable to absorb the experience of the Holocaust, have not learned how to transcend the catastrophe. They've ...
The aspirations of most people--security, pleasure, leisure, meaningful work, creative and intellectual pursuits--are to be suppor ...
...the Holocaust has been like a fad, a rock group losing its original sound, a fashionable form of dress that outlives its popula ...
I have never heard of a tradition among Jews that encourages us to support each others' differences. Quite the contrary. What I've ...
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