Check out this latest installment in our Shtetl Berlin series. Next Year In Berlin focuses on Israelis living in the German capital. Click on the play button below to hear our guests hash out the eternal debates: Is Berlin the …
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On February 28, 1913, as many as 500 Jewish students at Aberdeen School walked out of their classrooms as part of a general strike. Learn more about their cause!
The Green Kippah Collective is looking to sprout a diverse community of creative people who are interested in exploring the intersection of progressive Jewish identity, food and the environment.Want to grow with us?
After researching Holocaust history, Christina Nunez discovered her own Jewish ancestry. She documents this search, as well as other intimate journeys, in her series of self-portraits.
Did you ever think the creatures in Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are” may be inspired by the shtetl world of European Jews? Discover the story of Sendak’s artistic journey at this special exhibit of his work.
Singer/songwriter Little Birdie launches her new album “Sadder Music – Live in Berlin.” tonight at L’Escogriffe (4467 St-Denis).
Comedian Neev gives us the lowdown on what’s funny about being an African, Sephardic Jew in Quebec and Stephane Waffo tells us about Touki: a website for all things African in Montreal and about his relationship to the Jewish community in La Belle Province.
Dear listeners,You might have guessed that Shtetl is obsessed with her Jewish identity. Is being Jewish a race, a belief system, is it in her genes? Her blood? Her memory? Is her mother Jewish, her great grandfather? Is the fact …