Standing with refugees, asylum seekers immigrants, and orphans because it is persecutory and tragic to separate families… This Mother’s day as we stand with refugee and asylum seeking mothers and the orphans who do not have mothers, I reflect on the tragedy of my own family and how the Trump Administration is working policy to … More A Reflective Mothers Day – Five Generations in My Maternal Line on Five Separate Continents Mothers
In honor of Mom – by Melanie Nathan, October 09, 2017. (20 Tishrei 5778) The last time I wrote about my late mom, Professor Carmen Nathan was 5 years ago. On this night of her Yartzheit,* as I memorialize her extraordinary life again, two of my Facebook posts meet eye to eye: Mom was ahead … More Harvey Weinstein Triggers A Yartzheit Pact
By Professor S.A. Strauss (1990) Carmen Nathan, executive editor of Medicine and Law Since 1989, suddenly died in Mmbatho, Bophuthstwana on October 09, 1990. Her death was a severe loss to the editorial baord and left a great void in the lives of her family and her many friends and colleagues in Southern Africa, Europe, … More In Memoriam Carmen Nathan | Published in The International Journal of Medicine and Law
Prof. Carmen Nathan passed away at age 56, way too young and so accomplished: “A Mother and a friend to all, whose selfless commitment to justice has imparted a legacy abundant in love, compassion and wisdom.” by Melanie Nathan, November 20, 2012. My mother was born Carmen Keile Miller, in 1934, to Rose Shamis and … More Remembering the late Prof. Carmen Nathan on her Birthday
Vilnius – MACEVA (gravestone in Hebrew), the non-profit organization founded by Lithuanian psychologist Aleksandr Avramenko and Lithuanian author Sergey Kanovich, has announced plans to digitize, reconstruct and clean three more pre-World War II cemetery sites in Lithuania.
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