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Why Is This Camp Different Than All Others?

A Radio Discussion.

Why is this camp different than all others? is a seven-minute audio feature exploring the universe of Jewish educational summer camps. Among those interviewed are:

Jonah Geller, executive director of Tamarack camps and the Fresh Air Society of Michigan;

Dr. Riv-Ellen Prell, an American studies scholar at the University of Minnesota and a leading authority on the impact summer camps have had on Jewish life;

Deborah Dash Moore, Director of the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan;

Albert Vorspan, senior vice president emeritus of the Union for Reform Judaism and director of its Commission on Social Action.

Why is this camp different than all others? is produced by The Frankel Center for Judaic Studies and HKO Media.

© 2003 70 Faces Media

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