Robert Rubenstein

A Jewish Book Council, Book-of-Note author, Mr.Rubenstein’s first novel was included in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Library.Companion pieces: Ghost Runners, historical fiction about two Jewish runners not allowed to compete in the 1936 Olympics, and The White Bridge, a parody about the transformation of a young woman in a time of eugenics, baby farms,Hitler,the Klan,and the culture of lynching.

Rob continues his inquiry to understand the hatred, the horror, and the heroics that were needed to defeat fascism here and abroad; he teaches advanced topics in psychology: the psychology of racism, at a local university system. A former special educator in the New York Public Schools,the author raised two children as a single parent; still loves the southwest, especially Navajo country, and gets his feet wet on the Coney island shore.
He welcomes comments at RJRubenstein12[at]

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