1619, 1654, 2022: Jews, Race and U.S. History

Virtual Zoom Event

Dr. Marc Dollinger, who holds the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies and Social Responsibility at San Francisco State University, will explore historical documents about Jews and racism to consider how racism has informed what is means to “become American” over time and place. The talk is being held in conjunction with […]

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Creating the Black + Jewish Exhibit

Virtual Zoom Event

Adina Langer, curator at the Kennesaw Museum of History and Holocausat Education (GA), who guided the creation of the exhibit “Black + Jewish: Connection, Courage, Community,”  which will be on display at The Jewish Center of Princeton from September 17 – October 31, 2022, will speak about the decisions and the process that went into […]

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Balm in Gilead: How Black Soldiers Rescued Young Holocaust Survivors

Virtual Zoom Event

The Jewish Center of Princeton is hosting a Zoom presentation, “Balm in Gilead: How Black Soldiers Rescued Young Holocaust Survivors”, by former ambassador to Albania, John L. Withers II, who will tell his father’s story of hope in the aftermath of World War II. The talk is Wednesday, November 9, 7 PM and is in […]

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