A Jewish Woman's Appeal

Clara Colón Papers, 1932-1970

Article discussing Jewish teachers and the community by Clara Colón titled "A Jewish Woman's Appeal," published in Equality magazine, n.d. Clara Colón (nee Bertha Teplow) was a feminist writer and activist of Ukrainian-Jewish background. Colón was committed to social justice and fought against political persecution in the United States, participating in numerous feminist and labor organizations. She was a member of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) for over thirty years, serving on the Party’s National Committee. Colón was married to Puerto Rican writer and political and community activist Jesús Colón.


Creator
Clara Colón
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Document Type
Document: news clippings
Identifier
ClCo_b02_f01_0001
Related Keywords
Newspapers, Women
Related Places
New York City (is referenced)
Citation
Clara Colón Papers, 1932-1970. A Jewish Woman's Appeal: ClCo_b02_f01_0001. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 19 Jan 2021.
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