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Diane Balser, 68, talks to Susan Schnur

Her Lifelong Feminist-Jewish Politics

My story begins in Washington Heights, New York, in the 1940s, where being Jewish, female and political was the air I breathed; it was what my girlfriends and I aspired to. I knew that our grandmothers (and for some of us, our mothers) had been oppressed, but I also knew that they were powerful Jewish women who, in coming to America, played major roles in saving our lives.

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Diane Balser, 68, talks to Susan Schnur

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