Intersections of Identity: The Jewish Indigenous Experience
Hosted By: The Museum of Jewish Heritage-- A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
To be both Indigenous and Jewish can be enriching and confusing. Those who are members of both of these communities may struggle to feel like they belong in either place. However, as many Indigenous Jews have pointed out, there is much that is similar between the two communities, including struggles for acceptance, histories of oppression, and rich cultural traditions.
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