Enrico Nassi is a director, playwright and actor based out of San Diego, California. He holds a Masters in Western Classics from St. John’s College, Annapolis and is currently finishing a Master of Fine Art at UCSD. Enrico is enrolled in the Otoe-Missouria Tribe and a member of the Cherokee Nation.
By Enrico Nassi
Wrestling the Ugly Shadows of Mass Violence as a Native American Jew
Mourning in America: ‘Indian Head’ This piece is the first in a series of reflections on mass violence from members of Sixth & I synagogue in Washington, DC. The word “surprised” has been thrown around quite often as of late. You’ve heard it in conversations about race and the miserable violence that’s colored red this…
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Wed., Mar. 6, 2024 • 2 P.M. ET
Geoffrey Levin, a professor of Jewish studies at Emory University, joins Forward reporter Arno Rosenfeld in conversation about his new book, "Our Palestine Question: Israel and American Jewish Dissent, 1948-1978."
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