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Jewish and Indigenous Interactions with David S. Koffman Part 2

Hosted By: The Weitzman National Museum Of American Jewish History

Next up in this two part series is Jewish-Indigenous Encounters: New Trends. In this second lecture, Dr David S Koffman will take a closer look at more recent relationships between Indigenous and Jewish communities in America and Canada. How have these sets of communities interacted and continued interacting with one another in recent years? What is the current state of “dialogue” around genocide, colonialism, language revival, and sovereignty? What’s at stake in North American Jewries’ newfound engagement with questions of colonialism and indigeneity? Tune in to the second and final lecture by Dr David S Koffman where he will provide answers to these questions and much more.

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The Weitzman National Museum Of American Jewish History

Established in 1976, and situated on Philadelphia’s Independence Mall, the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History is the only museum in the nation dedicated exclusively to exploring and interpreting the American Jewish experience. The Weitzman NMAJH presents educational programs and experiences that preserve, explore, and celebrate the history of Jews in America. Its purpose is to connect Jews more closely to their heritage and to inspire in people of all backgrounds a greater appreciation for the diversity of the American Jewish experience and the freedoms to which Americans aspire.
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