by Anita Diamant

The Last Days of Dogtown

When I was a moody, misunderstood high school freshman in Denver, one of the juniors I knew from my public school chorus talked me into going to a MoVFTY event in exotic Omaha. MoVFTY, the Missouri Valley Federation of Temple Youth, was the Midwest branch of the Reform Movement’s youth program.

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