Janice Cohn is a psychotherapist and writer. She is the author of The Christmas Menorahs: How a Town Fought Hate (Whitman, 1995), which recounts the true story of events that took place in Billings, Montana, during the 1993 holiday season. For information about her professional background, visit www.drjanicecohn.com.

Articles by Janice

The Walk of Love

When the arson of a local mosque rattled the small town of Victoria, Texas, students led an effort to unite the entire community.
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