Susan Barnett is a former award-winning network news producer, now a strategic media and communications consultant to nonprofits. Dedicated to global health and development, more information is available at Faith for International Assistance and Faiths for Safe Water.
By Susan Barnett
In Uganda, Abayudaya Jews Fight for Survival— One Well at a Time
As Jews around the world celebrate the restarting of the Torah, among them is probably the world’s newest, and unlikeliest, group of Jews. The Abayudaya are converts twice over – once converted to Christianity by British missionaries in the late 1800s and again to Judaism in the early 1900s when their leader, inspired by the…
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