On Tablet Today
A relevant voice on Sotomayor, a choreographer thinks outside the box, and a measles outbreak
A.J. Goldmann tells of a new abstract dance piece being performed at a unlikely location—Berlin’s Neue Synagogue. Tablet Magazine columnist Seth Lipsky wants to hear what Lani Guinier, President Bill Clinton’s unsuccessful nominee for Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, would have to say about Judge Sonia Sotomayor. And Allison Hoffman investigates the role of anti-immunization propaganda in a measles outbreak in one ultra-Orthodox community. Plus, stay tuned for more on The Scroll!
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