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Rivkah Slonim

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Rivkah Slonim is the education director at the Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life at Binghamton University. An internationally known teacher, lecturer, and activist, she travels widely, addressing the intersection of traditional Jewish observance and contemporary life, with a special focus on Jewish women in Jewish law and life. Slonim is the editor of Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology ( Jason Aronson 1996, Urim 2006) and Bread and Fire; Jewish Women find God in the Everyday ( Urim 2008). Slonim and her husband are the grateful and proud parents of nine children.

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Are Two Liberations Enough? A personal account of Holocaust survival and liberation from communism Video
Are Two Liberations Enough?
The Tragic Tale of a Failed Voyage From Cuba and the United States a shipload of Jews forced back to Germany Video
The Tragic Tale of a Failed Voyage
In May 1939 the cruise ship S.S. St Louis sailed from Hamburg for Cuba with some 980 Jewish passengers fleeing from Nazi persecution. When Cuba refused them entry the ship went on to Florida, but the US government too refused them entry.
Surviving the Holocaust You are the witnesses for the next generation Video
Surviving the Holocaust
Solly Irving was just a boy when the Nazis invaded Poland. He was incarcerated in several concentration camps, including Buchenwald, and was liberated from Theresienstadt. This is his story.
The Jewish History of Wartime and Prewar Oxford Jewish refugees from Nazi Europe and their impact on British scholarship Video
The Jewish History of Wartime and Prewar Oxford
In the summer of 1941, R. Menachem Mendel and his wife arrived in New York from Nazi occupied Europe.
The Rebbe lost several family members at the hands of the Nazis, including a brother, grandmother, sister-in-law and several cousins.
The Story of the Serpa Pinto The ship that carried the Rebbe to safety
Neutral Portugal seemed like an oasis, far away from bloody battlefields, curfews and air-raid sirens.
Finding Light Despite the Darkest Darkness
Barbaric Nazis drove her out of hiding while enormous flames engulfed the ghetto as she was shoved onto packed cattle trains. Estelle Laughlin shares her horrific Holocaust story and how she was surrounded by the heroism of special people who kept their...
The Rebbe shed a tear and then replied, "In whom do you expect me to believe after Auschwitz? In man?"
Anne Frank’s Stepsister Eva Schloss tells her story of survival Video
Anne Frank’s Stepsister
A riveting story of courage and survival of the horrors of the Holocaust.
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