The USC Shoah Foundation Institute is a very special place to me. My years working there were the highlight of my professional career, but it was so much more. It is where I went through a divorce, raised my son, became a phenomenal mother, landed on my feet, embraced my faith,...
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June 14, 2012 | 4:43 pm
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The USC Shoah Foundation Institute hosted its annual Ambassadors for Humanity gala on June 6 with its customary panache, and there was good news and bad news.
On the upbeat side, institute executive director Stephen D. Smith announced that the organization had just completed the...
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