by Katie Singer

Compassionate Massage for Bosnian Refugees

Growing up in Baltimore after World War II, Michele Herling was encouraged by her family and Hebrew school teachers to make the world more just. Years later, when Herling heard news reports about Bosnians losing their villages and being tortured and killed, the massage therapist felt “an intense pull to do something. I couldn’t stand around.”

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