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Few people today can imagine trading a whole day's food for the use of a sewing needle. Judith Isaacson can imagine trading everything she had to eat for a needle, because as a holocaust survivor in a concentration camps, she did just that.
Soper, Bridget, "Concentration camp survivor says: 'forgive, don't forget'" (1991). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 746.
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