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The Soul of Israel: Lost in Translation with Daniel Gordis and Amy E. Schwartz

Hosted By: Yiddish Book Center (Amherst, MA)

Since the terrorist attack on Israel in the morning hours of October 7, American Jews have been glued to the news–American broadcasts, English-language newspapers, and social media–but can we fully comprehend what Israelis are going through while living in the diaspora? Join author Daniel Gordis, Koret Distinguished Fellow at Shalem College and creator of the Israel from the Inside blog and podcast and Moment Book and Opinion Editor Amy E. Schwartz, as they discuss what non-Hebrew speakers don’t always get about what’s happening in Israel and share insights into the country’s soul and future.

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Yiddish Book Center (Amherst, MA)

The Yiddish Book Center is a nonprofit organization working to tell the whole Jewish story by rescuing, translating, and disseminating Yiddish books and presenting innovative educational programs that broaden understanding of modern Jewish identity. The Yiddish Book Center is home to permanent and visiting exhibits; two performance halls with a year-round schedule of educational programs, concerts (including the annual Yidstock: The Festival of New Yiddish Music), films, and events; an English-language bookstore; and a million Yiddish books.
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