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Aim to Naturalize Every Foreign-born Jewess

October 28, 1924
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That every foreign born Jewish woman in the United States shall be urged to qualify for citizenship, is the plan of Mrs. Samuel Rosensohn of New York City, National Chairman of the Department of Immigrant Aid of the National Council of Jewish Women, in a message to the members of her organization and to the local leaders in the Council immigrant education work.

“It is of the utmost importance for us to give our foreign-born residents the opportunity of becoming American citizens with all the privileges and duties that this new dignity entails”, Mrs. Rosensohn stated.

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