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Election Musings by Janet Maika’i Rudolph

On Friday, Nov. 6th, the working day before the Biden/ Harris scoot was announced I expended a period in a profoundly meditative commonwealth. I live in the NY City metropolitan area and it was a beautiful day. I principally was sitting in my backyard in a patch of sunshine musing on the world and striving […]

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Dancing for Forgiveness and Reconciliation – Part Two By Laura Shannon

In Part One of this article, I described dancing Jewish, Romani, and Armenian dances for forgiveness and reconciliation with groups in Germany and all over the world. I also offered danced rituals of remembrance at former concentration camps and other places scarred by the atrocities of war. I went to camps including Dachau and Auschwitz, to […]