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The Sixth Sense of Danger

Monday, Jun 1 2020

Patricia Levinson

Patricia Levinson’s column, “The Sixth Sense of Danger” for Thrive Global, reflects how a sense of safety and security is a basic, universal human need and how the Never Again Education Act provides that. Patricia is Coordinator for Hadassah’s Marketing and Communications Division, a member of the Hadassah International Board of Directors and Hadassah International Communications Coordinator.

In her column Patricia reflects on growing up in apartheid South Africa after the Second World War, there was always a sixth sense of impending danger. This column is part of Hadassah’s ongoing series of articles in Thrive Global, the media platform founded by Arianna Huffington.

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