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Becoming American: A Panel Discussion on the History of Jewish Cleveland

Presented by Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage at Online/Virtual Space

Nov 30 2021
Becoming American: A Panel Discussion on the History of Jewish Cleveland

Join us each month as we explore past and present stories of immigration through varied cultural lenses, and define what it means to feel at home.

From the Alsbacher Document to Die Yiddishe Velt to the Cleveland Council on Anti-Semitism, Cleveland is a city with a long history of Jewish life and culture. In this panel on the history of Jewish Cleveland moderated by Oberlin College’s Professor Shari Rabin, learn from scholars about the rich history of immigration, cultural formation, and activism that have made Cleveland’s Jewish community so vibrant. This panel discussion will be hosted over Zoom, and will feature a live Q&A.


$10 general; free for Maltz Museum Members, all students, and program partner affiliates

Contact: 216-593-0575


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