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SMITH Magazine is teaming up with the Jewish cultural mavens of Reboot to bring you "Six Words on the Jewish Life." From identity and mother issues to unfettered love of carbs and inner conflict over Israel—and the sheer joy of discussing and debating… everything—the Jewish life is a rich and storied topic for Jews and non-Jews alike.
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On the Jewish side of my family, a great-great grandmother and her daughter--a great grandmother (of course)--emigrated from Czechoslovakia to San Francisco and set up shop along the Wharf to sell clothing to the prospectors. Of course, their clothing stand wasn't as prosperous as that little guy's next door to them. His name was Levi Strauss.