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We Lost Our History

Sep 28, 2021
Blog Post
Guest Blog by RFC Founder Robert Meeropol. Earlier this month we lost a major figure in the Rosenberg Case struggle when David Alman died at the age of 102. In 1951, he and his wife, Emily Alman,… Read More

Uncertainty on the Horizon?

Sep 15, 2021
Blog Post
In late June, when the staff sat down to write the articles for the RFC fall newsletter, we saw so many reasons to anticipate a brighter fall and winter and, hopefully, a continual decline in COVID… Read More

Guest Blog: Q&A with Michael Meeropol

Sep 13, 2021
Blog Post
On August 26th, the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.

Ten New Beneficiaries Join the RFC

Sep 08, 2021
NEW GRANTS Hunger Strikers Targeted: $12,750 for therapy, childcare and educational support for eight children, ages two to 12, from four families whose fathers all participated in a hunger strike at… Read More

Executive Director’s Report: Reconnecting

Sep 08, 2021
“Reconnecting, and an offer of support,” read the subject line of the innocuous email in my inbox. When I opened it, I found a lovely note from one of the earliest RFC beneficiaries whom we had lost… Read More

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A sepia-tone photo of a group of six friends out to dinner in NYC circa 1940s. They wear suits and dresses, some smile for the picture, others just look at the camera. There are seated around a round table covered with a white tablecloth, empty bottles and glasses on the the tabletop. Three are smoking.

Oct 14, 2021

Rosenberg Mention of the Day: A review of Anne Sebba’s biography by Martha Sonnenberg that “must, of necessity, begin with a personal note..." "When I was 13 years old, my mother took, from the deep… Read More
A collage of photos. Top left, a woman with long, dark hair and light colored clothes stands, looking down, all bathed in bright orange lighting. Top right, a woman with short, light hair wears a white tank top, seated at a patio table, she tilts her head to the left, resting on her hand and poses for the photo. Bottom photo, three people wearing light clothing pose for a photo among wildflowers, waist high, with sunset backdrop.

Oct 13, 2021

Strange Fruit Mention of the Day: From WBUR’s “7 Albums to listen to this fall,” we’re excited for Naomi Westwater, 'Feelings': 🔳 “Boston’s Naomi Westwater uses their newest release, a kaleidoscopic… Read More
quilt with the names of 5,000 Black people who were lynched between 1865 and 1965. By artist April Shipp. Photo by: Lauren Edwards Fox 17

Oct 12, 2021

Strange Fruit MOTD: “‘The people on my quilt didn’t get funerals’: 10-ft quilt at ArtPrize honors victims of lynching"
Title: "ilkley literature festival - autumn 2021 - book now" over orange tinted collage of book covers

Oct 05, 2021

Today’s Rosenberg MOTD comes from “across the pond” courtesy of what sounds like a fascinating literary festival: “In an age of fake news that can create misinformation on crucial issues, Ilkley… Read More
Split-screen image of performers Beyonce and Drake

Oct 01, 2021

Strange Fruit Mention of the Day: Rolling Stone just updated their list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. Take a look (pay special attention to #21), then let us know if you agree with their top… Read More

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Jenn Speaking Engagement

The Rosenberg Fund for Children relies on help from our supporters around the country to organize fundraising events for us in their local areas.

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