Susan Gilson Miller

Susan Gilson Miller is an historian of contemporary North Africa, with a special interest in Jewish Studies. She is Professor Emerita of History at the University of California, Davis, and a Research Associate at the Center for Middle East Studies at Harvard University.

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Hélène Cazes Benatar

Hélène Cazes Benatar was a Moroccan-born human rights lawyer who rescued thousands of refugees in North Africa during World War II. She was a life-long advocate for individual rights and political equality, especially for disenfranchised Maghrebi Jews. During World War II, she fought to protect victims of pro-Fascist Vichy rule; post-war, she promoted the migration of Moroccan Jews to Palestine and elsewhere.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Susan Gilson Miller." (Viewed on April 19, 2024) <http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/miller-susan>.