The Nation, “The ‘Immortal’ Judith Malina, 1926–2015,” April 13, 2015

The ‘Immortal’ Judith Malina, 1926–2015
by Alisa Solomon, The Nation, April 13, 2015

She was absolute about her principles as a pacifist anarchist, yet never dismissive or judgmental toward those who didn’t share them. Her commitment to nonviolence was that thorough. Most amazingly for a life-long leftist, she had no cynicism. She exuded love, even joy, when she spoke—her voice strong even as she aged, her eyes always smiling—the actor’s pleasure of the spotlight combined with her utter conviction in what she had to say.

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