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The JWA has touched my life in many ways: I was honored to be among the first recipients of the "Women Who Dare" program for my work in the Soviet Union in the 70's; my 3 adult daughters use the archive on a regular basis for research for academic papers and for curricula. I look forward to learning weekly from "This Week in History". I was proud to represent the Board on a clean-up mission in a park in New Orleans, after JWA documented the impact of Katrina on the local Jewish community. The Library of Congress has recognized the importance of the work of JWA by selecting jwa.org as a site to preserve in perpetuity.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
being personally honored; witnessing the growth and development of young women, especially my own 3 daughters; hearing young adult give testimony to the value they derive from the archive
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?