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B'nai B'rith

ORGANIZATION

Jewish advocacy group.

Official Website:
http://www.bnaibrith.org/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Ackerman
Politician
19-Nov-1942   Congressman, New York 5th
Burt Baskin
Business
17-Dec-1913 24-Dec-1967 Co-Founder of Baskin-Robbins
Stuart Bernstein
Diplomat
9-Apr-1938   US Ambassador to Denmark, 2001-05
Norman R. Bobins
Business
c. 1942   CEO of ABN AMRO North America, 2002-07
Edgar Bronfman, Sr.
Business
20-Jun-1929   CEO of Seagram's until 1994
Emanuel Celler
Politician
6-May-1888 15-Jan-1981 Congressman from New York, 1923-73
Susan Estrich
Pundit
16-Dec-1952   Fox News liberal
Russ Feingold
Politician
2-Mar-1953   US Senator from Wisconsin, 1993-2011
Max M. Fisher
Business
15-Jul-1908 3-Mar-2005 Gas station tycoon
Leo Frank
Victim
17-Apr-1884 17-Aug-1915 Innocent man, lynched by mob
Jacob H. Gilbert
Politician
17-Jun-1920 27-Feb-1981 Congressman from New York, 1960-71
Ronald Lee Gilman
Judge
16-Oct-1942   6th Circuit Court of Appeals
Cheryl F. Halpern
Government
?   Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Max Kampelman
Diplomat
7-Nov-1920   US Ambassador to the CSCE
Lainie Kazan
Actor
15-May-1940   My Favorite Year
Philip M. Klutznick
Government
9-Jul-1907 14-Aug-1999 US Secretary of Commerce, 1980-81
Robert Lipshutz
Government
27-Dec-1921 6-Nov-2010 White House Counsel, 1977-79
Samuel H. Shapiro
Politician
25-Apr-1907 16-Mar-1987 Governor of Illinois, 1968-69
Jerry Weintraub
Film/TV Producer
29-Sep-1937   Hollywood producer
Edward Zorinsky
Politician
11-Nov-1928 6-Mar-1987 US Senator from Nebraska, 1976-87


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