100 Years: Crisis, Change and Continuity Conversation

 

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We are a nearly 6000-year-old people, yet the past century has had a profound impact on our identity and memory. Beginning in 1914 with World War I and continuing through the present day, the history of the past century has defined and transformed Judaism and the Jewish people. The resolutions of the political, economic and territorial conflicts of World War I continue to reverberate, from the Holocaust to the creation of the modern state of Israel to the ongoing discord in the Middle East. Join us as we explore how we commemorate the past century and its impact on our future Jewish identities.

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