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God’s Womb by Joyce Zonana

The first time I came across the phrase, I speculated I must be making a mistake. “Que Dieu l’enveloppe dans sa matrice, ” the move speak in French, “May God’s womb enfold her, ” or possibly,” May God enfold her in His womb .” His womb? I’d just started translating Ce pays qui te ressemble[ […]

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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 […]