Item 20.04-13 - Naomi Katz

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Naomi Katz

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CA JMABC A.1971.001-20.04-13

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  • July 29, 2004 (Creation)

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4 audio cassettes: 190 minutes

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Oral history interview with Naomi Katz who was born in Durban, 1924. Her mother, Rachel Newman, was born in 1900 and her father, Emphram Levey, was born in 1895. Naomi's first job was as a stenographer in Vancouver, later she took courses in teaching English as a Second Language, where Naomi found work at the Vancouver School Board. Was head of Directions ESL conference and helped produce 'Blue Brief', presented to the government in 1981, it focused on settlement services in multicultural societies. Naomi participated in the Parent-Teacher conferences ,Canadian Jewish Congress forum, the Jewish Historical Society and started the West Coast Reader for non-native English speakers.

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Interview has summary and transcript by Jana Abramson. Digitized on November 23, 2011.

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Interviewer: Leora Raivich

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