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Pioneer of modern dance education in Michigan
Detroit's First Jewish Community Center
The Jewish Hercules
Lifelong passionate advocate for Yiddish language and culture
Rose to national importance in B’nai B’rith Women organization
Detroit musician/composer fought discrimination to rise to international prominence
Dr. Clara Raven, Colonel AUS-Retired, and Deputy Chief Medical Examiner of Wayne County, Emeritus, was a true pioneer in the advancement of medical knowledge.
After graduating from the University of Mich...
Worked in Detroit fuel oil business, baked for the USO every week during WWII
Provided leadership and service to Detroit's Jewish community for more than 60 years
Dedicated lawyer and "Woman of Achievement" who fought sexism and anti-Semitism
Lifelong community leader recognized for contributions to social justice and activism
Temple co-founder a prominent face of Judaism in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
Created a "community center without walls" to connect Jewish Grand Rapids community
Supporting Widows and Orphans in Their "Darkest Hour"
Detroit's First Jewish Cemetery
More Than 75 Years in the Making
Detroit's First Jewish Resident
Instrumental in the founding of the organized Jewish community in Flint
Albert Kahn: Jewish Detroit’s Favorite Architect
Jewish Historical Society of Michigan
33228 West 12 Mile Rd., #349
Farmington Hills, MI 48334