From left to right, Laura E. Adkins, Arielle Angel, Alex Zeldin, Tani Prell by the Forward

What the new Pew study tells us — and misses — about Jews under 30

The youngest generation of American Jews is more diverse — and more divided — than any generation prior.

At least, that’s what the the new Pew Study of American Jews reports.

On Tuesday night, the Forward’s Opinion Editor Laura E. Adkins spoke with Forward columnist Alex Zeldin, Jewish Currents editor Arielle Angel, and 18Doors Chicago director Tani Prell on Clubhouse about what this new study teaches us about Jews aged 18-30, and the many complexities that it leaves out.

You can listen to their conversation below:

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What the new Pew study tell us about Jews under 30

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