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Successor of the first black female ordained rabbi, Karz-Wagman became the first male rabbi in a decade for Bayt Shalom. His passion for social justice, coupled with legal experience, can be filtered seamlessly into his faith tradition’s call for social justice and adherence to Jewish law.
A follow up to his article, “All that Remains,” Garfield revisits the stories of nine holocaust survivors, three of whom had died since his first article was published in 2009. Data about the expected decline of Holocaust survivors by 2030 underscore the need to record the stories of other survivors. Data about the number of hate crimes targeting Jews underscore the reality that anti-Semitism exists just as well in the United States, offering another motive for making Holocaust survivors’ stories known.