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On 7 November 1938 Herschel Grynzspan a 17-year-old Polish Jewish student, desperate about the fate of his family who had been deported from Germany, but refused admittance to Poland, walked into the German embassy in Paris and shot the German diplomat Ernst vom Rath.

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I am sorry that the country I call home seems bent on taking a turn towards exclusion and bigotry.

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Last night at the church we had our second class with Kristin Semmens on the Holocaust. Again it was an incredibly stimulating, energetic evening. The energy is certainly partly related to Kristin’s presentations. But the material itself raises so many profound and troubling issues that it engages people in a tremendously deep way.
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You have set my feet in a spacious place ~ Psalm 31:8

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