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American Jewish Historical Society honors former UF Journalism Dean

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Ralph Lowenstein, the Dean Emeritus of the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications has been honoring the Jewish-American community by preserving their history into an archive. Now he will be the one receiving a top honor by the American Jewish Historical Society. WUFT-FM’s JoAnna Wise has the story

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