Explore the Religious Jewish Communities of Brooklyn on Zoom
Unlike the Jewish community of the Bronx, Jews settled in Brooklyn early in New York history, forming a significant community in the 19th century, and continuing to be a major presence to this day. In its mid-20th-century heyday, there were nearly one million Jews. Currently, there is still a Jewish population that embraces a rich mix of Russian, Syrian, Mizrahi, Mitnagdic, Hasidic, and liberal Jewish Brooklynites.
Join David Kaufman for another deep dive on Zoom into the Jewish history of Brooklyn, at one time the largest Jewish community in history.
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