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Being An Agent of Change Handout

This is a handout for teachers to use when teaching Jewish Time Jump: New York, Module 4.

Handout by Etta King and Rachel Kest.

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This is a handout for teachers to use when teaching Jewish Time Jump: New York, Module 4.

Handout by Etta King and Rachel Kest.

Dhaka Savar Building Collapse, April 24, 2013

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The Rana Plaza building, located in Savar, a sub-district of Dhaka in Bangladesh, collapsed on April 24, 2013. Photo by Flickr user rijans.

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The Rana Plaza building, located in Savar, a sub-district of Dhaka in Bangladesh, collapsed on April 24, 2013. Photo by Flickr user rijans.

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Investigative Interviews Handout

Handout for teachers to use when teaching Jewish Time Jump: New York, Module 4.
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"Making a Case" Handout

Handout for teachers to use with Jewish Time Jump: New York, Module 3.
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Rose Pesotta

An icon of the labor movement, anarchist Rose Pesotta was hailed for her ability to mobilize workers across gender and ethnic lines.

Maud Nathan

After her daughter’s death, Maud Nathan battled grief by throwing herself into social justice work, transforming herself from a simple society wife to influential social reformer.

Leslie Feinberg, 1949 - 2014

I was in an alleyway in Chicago the first time someone told me about Stone Butch Blues. “You’ve got to read this book,” she said. “Stone Butch Blues.” The “she” in question was an older Femme (they always were), and the name of the book got right under my skin. I can remember the feeling: My ears perked up, head tilted back, eyes focused. Stone Butch Blues, I thought. Ok. I was sixteen years old, had been out since I was fourteen, and had been a tomboy all my life.

Leslie Feinberg

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Leslie Feinberg.
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Leslie Feinberg.

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Leslie Feinberg

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Leslie Feinberg.
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"Stone Butch Blues," by Leslie Feinberg

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Stone Butch Blues, by Leslie Feinberg, originally published in 1993.
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