Once upon a time, a man named Wolf Lieb Glotzer fled anti-Semitism in current-day Belarus and found himself in American coal country. Glotzer’s enterprising sons also joined him in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and before long they Anglicized their names and opened Glosser Bros. Department Store. The store became a beloved institution and grew into a regional chain. The Glossers became known for their integrity and charity.
Evangelical leaders hope youth trips to Israel will help counter waning support for the Jewish state among younger generations.
Anti-fascist protesters expect thousands to confront white nationalists at Unite the Right anniversary rally in Washington D.C. in August.
One article claimed blacks “are different by almost any measure to all other people. They cannot reason as well. They cannot communicate as well.”
Rosenfeld resides at an assisted living facility in Providence, Rhode Island.
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