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Connecting to Jewish Grief – Reconnecting to Jewish Joy

I grew up learning about the Shoa in the most unfiltered manner, from a survivor who was still in his early 40s processing his experiences out loud in front of me and other children. We didn’t know what we were hearing, and, looking back, I’m not sure he knew who his audience was. We were […]

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Chevrutah The Jewish Manifesto

Notes from Chevruta: “I wear my running away shoes 7 days a week”

“I’m always very aware of being the only Jew in the room. You will notice depending on the conversation going on in the room.”

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Chevrutah The Jewish Manifesto

Reading On (Not) Reading Anne Frank

Reading the essay On (Not) Reading Anne Frank gave participants space to discuss their own experiences with their Jewish identity, and the anti-Semitism they may have faced in the Netherlands.