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Date: Wednesday, April 23, 2014 At 01:00 PM
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Documentary film about Waitstill Sharp, a Unitarian minister, and Martha Sharp, a social worker, who in February 1939, boldly commit to a life-threatening mission in Europe to assist refugees. At Centennial Branch Library. Also at Farr Library on April 24 at 3:30 pm & April 25 at 1 pm.
Anthony WeissThe recent shootings at a pair of Kansas City-area Jewish facilities show the persistent threat of white supremacist violence, even as broad measures of anti-Semitism continue to decline. ...[Link]
Cnaan Liphshiz“Ida,” a film about a Catholic woman who learns her parents were Jewish, is the latest in a wave of Polish films aiming to debunk the myth that all Poles were equal victims of the Nazis. ...[Link]
Julie WienerJust hours after observant Jews ended their Passover-mandated abstinence from all things leavened, the New York Times gave them something to chew on: an entire Dining section devoted to bread. ...[Link]