With Jewish Book Month in full swing, it's also time to start thinking about Chanukah, and, of course, that means Chanukah gifts.
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Pick of the Week Pilgrim
Lee Kravitzread more
by Michael Edmonds, ed.
The 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer project involved over 1,500 mostly white, mostly Northern college students working for civil rights as teachers at Freedom Schools educating black Mississippians and registering black Mississippians to vote. read more
by Naomi Firestone-Teeter
With Jewish Book Month in full swing, it's also time to start thinking about Chanukah, and that means Chanukah gifts. In our humble opinion, there is no better gift for the holiday season than a good book!
by Maxim D. Shrayer
"It wasn't the Western architecture that so attracted us to St. Petersburg. Rather, going to Leningrad accorded the uplifting sensation of being at the boundary, the Gulf of Finland separating Russia from—linking it to—the West."