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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-04-07

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April 7 2011

Stephen Goldman, execu-
tive director of the Holocaust
Memorial Center, and Judy Levin
Cantor, historian and author of Jews
in Michigan, spoke at the recent Local
History Conference at the Michigan
State University Management Center.
Goldman discussed the Holocaust
Center's oral history program,
including the personal challenges
participants faced as they shared
their stories. Cantor explored what
local and American Jews were doing
to help during the Nazi era and the
Holocaust.

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Among the new
members inducted
into the Michigan
Journalism Hall
of Fame is photo-
journalist Linda
Solomon. She has
founded and cre-
Solomon
ated educational
programs that have donated over 1
million cameras to elementary school
children. Most recently, her "Pictures
of Hope" photo project, where she
provided cameras to children in
homeless shelters in America, was
featured on CBS Evening News, People
Magazine and USA Today. Her most
recent book, The Key, The Celebrated
Unlock Their Secrets To Life, offers
insights from famous people of our
time, including Tiger Woods, Steve
Forbes and Katie Couric.

Deborah Dash
Moore, director of
the Frankel Center
for Judaic Studies
and a history profes-
sor at the University
of Michigan, has
been selected by
Moore
the Organization
of American
Historians (OAH) to receive an
OAH-JAAS Short-Term Residency
at the University of Kitakyushu in
American Jewish history. The OAH
and the Japanese Association of
American Studies, with the support
of the Japan-United States Friendship
Commission, select two U.S. histori-
ans to spend two weeks at Japanese
universities giving lectures, seminars,
advising students and researchers
interested in the American past.

Great Lakes Yacht
Club announced
its newly elected
flag officers.
Commodore is Dr.
Steven Glickfield
of West Bloomfield;
vice commodore is
Glickfield
Robert Lisiecki of
Bloomfield Hills;
rear commodore is John Frank of
New Baltimore; treasurer is Robert
Epstein of West Bloomfield; secre-
tary is Charles Allen Jr. of Rochester
Hills.

Miriam Lieberman was recently
named Civil Rights Area Counsel for
the Anti-Defamation League. She will
provide legal support on issues of
bigotry, hate, and discrimination to
six regional ADL offices covering the
Midwest. Lieberman will be based
in Chicago. She was most recently a
litigation attorney at Kirkland and
Ellis, LLP in Chicago, where she was
vice-chair of Kirkland's pro Bono
immigration law group.

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Eleanor G. Blum
of Farmington Hills
was appointed to
the Michigan Board
of Social Work. She
is rejoining the
board, having been
Age first appointed by
former Gov. John
Engler.

Alexa Shencopp, attending
California State University in San
Bernardino, Calif., was honored with
several master's program awards.
One is a $5,000 grant to study in
Israel this coming summer. She is
in the National Security Studies
Master Programand is the daughter
of Detroiters Marshall and Debra
Shencopp and the granddaughter of
Shirley Carp and Rose Shencopp.

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