Rediscovering Our Radical Roots w/ Hershl Hartman, Pt 2 (11/22)

Sunday, Nov 22 @ 2pm The most significant concepts, movements and events in modern Jewish history arose from the radical idea that Jews are not basically a faith community but, variously, a nation, a national minority or an ethnic group. Join Hershl Hartman, world renowned Yiddish translator and Jewish history scholar, for this discussion series to explore our radical paths to the fulfillment of that idea that still resonate to this day.

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