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In this issue: A special Holocaust section: Lilith publishes fives women’s stories of survival, educators tell us how to teach these texts to future generations. An engaged couple have a huppah quilting bee, and the wedding canopy becomes a record of dearest family and friends. Three new plays and one film by and about Jewish women.

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Women’s Holocaust Manuscripts

by Susan Schnur

Susan Schnur introduces our special Holocaust section

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Jewish/Female Dramatists: Looking At Meshugas And Calling It “Family”

by Norine Dworkin

Three new plays and one film by Jewish women.

The Huppah Quilting Bee

by Sharon Goldman Edry

A wedding canopy becomes a record of dearest family and friends.

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Bat Mitzvah Prayer

poetry by Menorah Lebowitz Rotenberg

Moving? Graduation? A birthday? Reminder: We can create prayers, as this bat mitzvah mother does.

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