Thursday, August 28, 2014 Elul 2, 5774

Eric Berger

Staff Writer
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From Phildelphia to Jerusalem, communities around the world are taking time to remember the victims of the Holocaust.
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Judith Bernstein-Baker is heading to Germany for the first time for a study tour with immigration as the central topic.
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Action Reconciliation Service for Peace, founded in the 1960s by German Protestants, sends young German volunteers to 13 countries each year where they help the kind of people who were persecuted during the war — Jews, minority groups, the disabled, homosexuals — in an effort to atone for the genocide committed by the Nazis.
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Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust , a documentary which airs on WHYY April 7 and 8, tells the story of Jewish brothers with Philadelphia connections who saw a way to use their cigar business and political connections to save German and Austrian Jews at the start of World War II.
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At the Kaiserman JCC in Wynnewood, administrators took note of the movement toward specialty camps and decided to introduce the name and structure of its longtime day camp program.
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Profile

Eric Berger has been a staff writer for the Jewish Exponent since August 2012.

Prior to that he spent six months interning at the Jerusalem Post and two years as reporter and then news and online editor of the Boonville Daily News, a community newspaper in Missouri. He has also written for the St. Louis Beacon, an online newspaper covering the St. Louis area.

He is a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism.

Contact

(215) 832-0742

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