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Race, Religion, and Black Jewish Identity in the Early Twentieth-Century U.S.

Hosted By: Jewish Studies at Fordham University

Judith Weisenfeld presents a keynote lecture, “Race, Religion, and Black Jewish Identity in the Early Twentieth-Century U.S.,” in conversation with Jenna Weissman Joselit, as part of Fordham University’s year-long series titled Black Studies and Jewish Studies in Conversation.

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