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Jewish Life in Buenos Aires, A Conversation

Hosted By: Orange County Community Scholar Program (CSP)

Buenos Aires is one of Latin America’s most important ports and most populous cities, as well as the national center of commerce, industry, politics, culture, and technology.

An organized Jewish community, however, did not develop until after Argentina gained independence from Spain in 1816. By mid-century, Jews from France and other parts of Western Europe, fleeing the social and economic disruptions of revolutions, began to settle in Argentina. Reflecting the composition of the later immigration waves, the current Jewish population is 80% Ashkenazi; while Sephardi and Mizrahi are a minority.

Join the Orange County Community Scholar Program (CSP) on Sunday February 22, 2022 for a conversation between Rabbi Elie Spitz and Rabbi Ale Avruj about the joys and challenges of living a Jewish life in the “Paris of the South.”

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