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Jen Marlowe: activist, author, filmmaker

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Jen Marlowe, a tireless and imaginative social justice activist, with a lifelong commitment to fight for human rights wherever in the world she sees them abused, uses whatever medium, device, initiatives or creations, for her numerous “donkeysaddle” projects that she … View full post

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Writing letters (Part I): a conversation with Jenny Bhatt

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This is the first of a two-part series on the art, craft and practice of letter writing.  An avid letter writer myself, I invited Jenny Bhatt, a kindred spirit and editor of Storyacious, a fine new literary magazine in which … View full post

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North Fork Works 2015

Links to North Fork Works programs 2012, 2013 and 2014 and to Southold Historical Society to learn about the North Fork’s past and present.     Updated from our September, 2013 interview, Beth Young talks about her founder family history, hyperlocal media and East End Beacon, her site … View full post

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Happy New Year 2015

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Human Rights Day: Bill Hass

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On December 10, 1948,  at the United Nations General Assembly, Eleanor Roosevelt was the first to proclaim to the world the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  On Human Rights Day sixty-six years later, Bill Hass, United Nations veteran and president … View full post

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When Jews Found Refuge in Pakistan

Growing Up Jewish in Lahore — And in an Internment Camp COURTESY OF HAZEL KAHAN Not Your Typical German Anti-Nazis: From left, Hazel Kahan, her mother Kate, and her brother Michael, in Lahore, Pakistan, in 1948.   By Gabe Friedman Published October … View full post

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