Firestone’s survival story is immortalized in the new exhibit, which took five days to film over 1000 questions about her life.
“We’re trying to do is preserve Jewish culture. We’re preserving one of the most significant periods of American Jewish life in the 20th century.”
Climate change, COVID, rising antisemitism — one artist imagines a structure to root Jewish identity if society fully collapses.
The pandemic closed the doors of this Bay Area attraction, but now ‘people finally can see art in a safe space that isn’t in front of their computer.’
The sketches show how two men of different demeanors played crucial roles in each other’s stories.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts director faces challenges over race
Surprise: Henry didn’t listen.
“We turned the world upside down,” said Aelita Fitingoff, a Latvian-born Jew and Yiddish musician who now lives in the United States.
How Uri Herscher and Skirball reshaped Jewish L.A.
Intimidation by the same group led a Jewish community in northern Sweden to dissolve itself last year.