From the Four Corners

By Alex Joffe

Tikvah Fund, May 24, 2011

Are most Jews white? The impression that this is so is partially the result of the calamitous and decimating events of the 20th century, in which the great centers of Europe were lost to Nazi genocide while those of the Middle East and North Africa were lost to Islam. But beyond today's primary nodes of the United States and Israel, as was recently confirmed by the annual conference of the Be'chol Lashon initiative in San Francisco, other Jewish cultures continue to exist and, to a greater or lesser extent, flourish.

Topic: Culture, Communal Responsibility, Jewish Identification, Diversity

Name of Publication: Jewish Ideas Daily

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Coverage: United States

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