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Photograph depicts a man, possibly Donnie, riding a bucking bull as a rodeo clown squats nearby; a large audience looks on from the background.

Tessler, Ronnie

[Two Cowboys]

Photograph depicts two men standing next to each, one preparing for the rodeo by wrapping his wrists with leather. In the background, men stand on the cattle pens and more stand behind the two men in the forefront.

Tessler, Ronnie

[Cowboy and Horse Falling Over]

Photograph depicts a man riding a horse; both the man and the horse are lying sideways on the ground. The man's leg is trapped under the horse. Rodeo participants watch in the background.

Tessler, Ronnie

Mark Weintraub

Interview with Mark Weintraub as part of the Canadian Jewish Congress oral history project, interviewed by David Schwartz. Mark, born in St. Catharines, Ontario, talks about his family’s history in Poland and Canada. He speaks about his parent’s participation in St. Catharines and Vancouver’s Jewish community, notably his father’s involvement in Canadian Jewish Congress, prompting Mark’s early interest in the organization. Mark discusses the prevalence of anti-Semitism in St. Catharines and later Vancouver, British Columbia as another inspiration for his involvement. He speaks about his work for Canadian Jewish Congress’ Media Committee which advocated for objectivity and accuracy in public media. He explains how Canadian Jewish Congress advocated for human rights including combatting anti-Semitism, abetting Indigenous rights, and protesting the Darfur genocide. Mark also speaks about how Canadian Jewish Congress was exemplary to other organizations for how to advocate on behalf of a community, as he was a key note speaker at a conference in Japan. Mark discusses the demise of Canadian Jewish Congress due to a mass reorganization and the creation of the Centre for Israeli and Jewish Affairs. Mark also talks about his relationship with Canadian Jewish organizations today, his career as a lawyer, and how he continues to reflect of Canadian Jewish Congress’ success.

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