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Larisa Klebe

Larisa Klebe
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JWA Associate Director of Programs and Education Larisa Klebe.

Larisa Klebe is the Jewish Women’s Archive's Associate Director of Programs and Education. Larisa earned a BA from Brandeis University in History and European Cultural Studies with a minor in Music, and an MA from Tufts University in History and Museum Studies.

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Lucy Kramer Cohen and Navajo Women circa 1937-38

This Columbus Day, Celebrate Lucy Kramer Cohen

Lucy Kramer Cohen (1907-2007) was an advocate for Native Americans, and spent much of her career, along with her husband Felix, fighting for their rights. Felix was hired by President Franklin Roosevelt to draft what became the Indian Reorganization Act. Lucy was knowledgeable about Native American cultures and about economics, and she and Felix discussed how to reform the legal and economic opportunities for Native Americans. 

Topics: Activism, History


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Jewish Women's Archive. "Larisa Klebe." (Viewed on March 21, 2018) <>.


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