Re: Aw: RE: [Cz-L] Volunteers

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Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2014 16:13:21 -0400

Sure Christian, being relegated to the women's balcony might be a step
above the back of the bus. And if those women were offended, what could they
do about it.? After hundreds of years, southern American Negroes learned
their "place" and it finally took a war to free them. Now, that's an idea..

Regards and Happy New Year,
Iris June Steinhauser Vinegar, Raleigh, North Carolina writes:
Hi Cornel, the girls were on the women's balcony during the ceremony -
well prepared for what they had to expect - and were called down by the rabbi
to share vine and food at the end with everybody. Rabbi Glitsenstein made
it all in the most charming way and nobody felt offended.


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