Jill Dubisch

Jill Dubisch is a professor of anthropology at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. She has written about religious aspects of the health food movement in a journal about magic, witchcraft and the supernatural.

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Stacey Kole Shetler

Stacey Kole Shetler is a former Miss Arizona USA (1998) who speaks to young people about how her relationship with Jesus Christ helped her battle an eating disorder. She says anorexia is not uncommon in Christian households because it is the “good girl’s syndrome.” It does not involve a taboo substance, such as alcohol or drugs, […]

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American Jewish Press Association

The American Jewish Press Association was founded in 1944 as a voluntary not-for-profit professional association for the English-language Jewish Press in North America. Today, its membership consists of about 250 newspapers, magazines, individual journalists and affiliated organizations throughout the United States and Canada.

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Navajo Times

The Navajo Times is a Native American newspaper circulated through the Four Corners region. It is based in Window Rock, Ariz. Candace Begody is editor.

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Jewish Community Chronicle

The Jewish Community Chronicle is the official publication of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Long Beach & West Orange County.

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Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona

The Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona is the center of Jewish life in Southern Arizona. It provides information on Jewish news, local synagogues, and community events. It is based in Tuscon.

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Arizona Jewish Post

The Arizona Jewish Post is the biweekly publication of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona. Phyllis Braun is executive editor.

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