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  • Pamela Price

    Pamela likes to write about arts, culture and fashion. She has been writing for the Jewish press since being a "Teen Topics" reporter for the American Jewish World.

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  • Red & Black (Sisters Tina Pennington and Mandy Williams)

    Tina and Mandy has been published in the Jewish Herald-Voice and KIPP Alumni Newsletter. Authors of the best-selling book, "What I Learned About life When My Husband Got Fired!"

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  • Yaakov Kirschen

    Yaakov has been doing the Dry Bones Cartoons since 1973. He likes to draw cartoons about Jews, Zionism, Israel and Jewish Holidays. He has been awarded the Bonei Zion Prize from Nefish b'Nefish in 2014.

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