Breakfast with Letty Cottin Pogrebin

Date: Sun March 9, 2014Time: 10:00 am
Location:  Show map Greenburgh Hebrew Center
515 Broadway
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
Contact: Sisterhood GHCPhone: 914.693.4260Email: sisterhoodprogram@g-h-c.org RSVP: Click here to RSVP

Sisterhood GHC is proud to present breakfast with

How To Be A Friend To A Friend Who's SickLetty Cottin Pogrebin

Discussing her latest book:
How To Be A Friend To A Friend Who's Sick


Everyone knows someone who is sick or suffering. Yet when a friend or relative is under duress many of us feel uncertain about how to cope. We may freeze or panic in the face of another person's misery, botch gestures meant to ease, attempt to problem-solve when we have no idea what we're talking about, say the wrong thing, or talk too much. Some of us don't visit our sick friends at all. Others visit, overstay, and make things worse.

Meet the author! Books available for sale and signing.
(cash and checks only)


Reservations strongly suggested
RSVP using link above or email sisterhoodprogram@g-h-c.org

Jewsih Book Club, books@GHC


Letty Cottin PogrebinLETTY COTTIN POGREBIN is an author, activist, and national lecturer. A founding editor and writer for Ms. Magazine, Pogrebin is also the author of ten books, among them two memoirs – Getting Over Getting Older, and Deborah, Golda, and Me: Being Female and Jewish in America – the novel, Three Daughters, the feminist classic, How to Make it in a Man's World, and the recently published, How to Be a Friend to a Friend Who's Sick. Besides her twenty year affiliation with Ms. magazine, Pogrebin has published articles and op-eds in The New York Times, Washington Post, Huffington Post, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, L.A. Times, Toronto Star, The Nation, Harpers Bazaar, Travel & Leisure, Family Circle, and Good Housekeeping, among other publications. She is a regular columnist for Moment magazine, and for ten years, wrote "The Working Woman" column in The Ladies Home Journal. A leader in many social justice causes, Pogrebin has served two terms as President of The Authors Guild, a national organization dedicated to the protection of writers’ copyright and contract rights; and two terms as Chair of the Board of Americans for Peace Now, an advocacy organization working to promote a negotiated settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.