You will be treated to a spectacular evening and presentation by Paul Margolis, a New York based photographer who has been taking pictures since the age of nine. Fascinated by the diversity of people and cultures that make up modern Israel, his camera captures an Israel not portrayed in the media- an Israel calling out to be photographed.
Rahel Musleah was born in Calcutta, India to a family that traces its roots to 17th century Baghdad. She will take you on a personal, historic, and musical journey to Jewish India that features stories, authentic photographs, memorabilia and more.
Catching the Jew! A Riveting, Shocking, and Humorous Account of Travels throughout Israel, on both sides of the Green Line (PASSAGES 2018)
Posing as a proud German journalist, “Tobi the German”, Provocative author, Tuvia Tenenbom, spent seven months in Israel, Judea and Samaria for “Catch the Jew!” interviewing thousands of people, including well-known politicians, writers, leaders and activists, and getting the Jews and Arabs to speak their minds.
Back by Popular Demand! Robyn Helzner returns to PASSAGES to give us a fascinating ”tour” of the Jews of Spain.
A good country in a bad neighborhood with Stephen M. Berk
On November 2, 1917, the Balfour Declaration delivered British support for a Jewish home in Palestine, which decades later led to the re-creation of the State of Israel in 1948. On the centennial year of the Balfour Declaration, Rosenbaum examines Israel’s present-day political situation and how it differs from the hopes of Lord Balfour’s Declaration.
A fascinating talk on The Jewish Story- Inclusion, Exclusion and the Jewish Other Within. Jews are frequently referred to as a single, cohesive, interconnected group by Jews and non-Jews alike.