Why Is Race So Hard to Talk About?

In the latest episode of The Salon on The Jewish Salon, panelists gathered to discuss race, and exactly why it’s so hard to talk about it. This time, host Jane Eisner and co-host Rachel Sklar were joined by Chava Shervington, President of the Jewish Multiracial Network; Dr. Ruth Pinkenson Feldman, aka “The Green Bubbie”; and Limor Suss, lifestyle expert at TrendsGirl.com and Dealery.com.


Why Is Race So Hard to Talk About?

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