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Freelancer Corner

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    Steve Greenberg

    Steve likes to draw Israeli and Mideast news and politics, any kind of Jewish topics, plus U.S. and California secular news and politics and general news topics.

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  • Pamela Price

    Pamela has been writing for the Jewish press since being a "Teen Topics" reporter for the American Jewish World.

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  • Rachel Zohar-Dulin

    Rachel has been published in three Jewish newspaper. She is also a professor of biblical literature and Hebrew language at New College of Florida.

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