Harold Troper

Harold Troper is a professor in the Department of Theory and Policy Studies at the University of Toronto where he teaches on the history of immigration and inter-group relations. He has been honored with a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, the American Jewish Book Award and the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize for the best book published in Canadian history. His books include Immigrants: A Portrait of the Urban Experience (1975); None Is Too Many (1982); Old Wounds (1985); Friend or Foe? (1997); Ethnicity, Politics and Public Policy in Canada (1999) and The Ransomed of God (1999).

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Judy Feld Carr

In the late 1960s Judy and her husband were swept up in the Soviet Jewry campaign but soon refocused on the plight of Jews in Syria. Convinced that the approximately six thousand Jews of Syria needed strong western advocates, the couple organized a Syrian Jewish support committee.

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