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Miriam Rabkin
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Miriam Rabkin holds a Masters Degree in Contemporary History from the Université de Montréal and lives in Montréal, Québec.
Articles written by this author
Campus MagStephen Lewis: Billions spent on War not Against Aids
EnvironmentA new way to celebrate : eco-friendly weddings
EnvironmentBringing Green Home: Raising Environmental Awareness in the Montreal Chinese Community
EnvironmentGreenpeace's activism : Too radical or too peaceful ?
HistoryLiving in a Post-Soviet World: Implications that Cross Borders
Human RightsRabbis for Human Rights : Making an Enemy into a Friend
In the SpotlightValentine’s Day Rituals Often Begin in the Classroom
On CampusDefusing Religious Tensions
On CampusGenocide: Never Again?
On CampusMulticulturalism in the New Millennium: Does it Reinforce Unity or Exacerbate Differences ?
On CampusParis on Two Wheels
On CampusThe War in Lebanon: Jewish and Arab Students Reflect on Their Relations
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