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For Judith Malina, Place is a State of Mind

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Judith Malina

For Judith Malina, place has always been a state of mind.  This tiny giant of the theatre world has epitomized the life of a nom

Rubber workers, anarchists, and little Jewish ladies

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I was reading today about Rose Pesotta, a veteran unionorganizer with the ILGWU, who in February of 1936 went to Akron, Ohio to helpworkers striking at the Goodyear Rubber factory. She was sent to raise supportfor the strike among the workers' wives and daughters, but she was alsosuccessful in connecting with the workers themselves, ultimately helping to endthe strike with a negotiated settlement.

Happy May Day!

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Today is May 1, which, in addition to being an old pagan holiday celebrating the start of summer, is also International Workers’ Day and the start of the second annual Jewish American Heritage Month.

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