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Articles in the Press 2019

The Jewish Standard
The secret Jewish history of human rights
March 28, 2019 — It was three years after the end of World War II, and Jews were busy trying to build a future that could be radically different from the recent, deadly past.

New Jersey Stage 
Grammy-Nominated Yiddish Songs Brought to Life in Concert and Lecture March 13 at Rutgers-New Brunswick
February 12, 2019 — During the Holocaust, Jews from across the Soviet Union told their personal stories through Yiddish songs in a collection that was thought to be lost forever, but is now part of a Grammy-nominated recording in the world music category.

New Jersey Jewish News
Works of Bach include allusions revealing anti-Jewish attitudes
February 4, 2019 — Johann Sebastian Bach, the 18th-century German musician, is considered one of the greatest classical music composers — by many, the greatest — of all time. But unknown to many of his modern listeners, a number of his cantatas and librettos are filled with blatant expressions of the religious anti-Semitism of his time.

New Jersey Jewish News
Public art project opens 'Windows of Understanding'
February 4, 2019 — Cassandra Oliveras-Moreno, alarmed at the rise in racism and anti-Semitism throughout the country, decided a strong counter statement needed to be made in her community.