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Laurie Schwab Zabin
Repoductive Health Activist and Researcher

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Certainly not deeply identified [as Jews] but very, very committedly conscious of it. Always it was a matter of pride that we were [Jewish], although there was virtually no religious identification. The big holidays for our family were Christmas and Easter and I think the first time I ever went to a Passover was when I was invited to one when I was in graduate school --it was that far from our consciousness. But this was never associated with any denial, and there was very affirmative pride in our heritage.


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