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DOCUMENTING THE PROCESS

EACH GENERATION INHERITS A HISTORY, FOCUSED through the lens of those who came before it—but time tends to reveal a greater depth of field. In the words of Edith P. Mayo, a curator emeritus at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, “When you’re invisible, people assume that you’ve done nothing.”

I was born in Tel Aviv, in a country where God-worshipping men wake at dawn to say their morning or prayer. Among meditations of thankfulness for gifts like sight and freedom, they thank the ruler

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