A Polish Guatemalan Grandmother’s Hidden Legacy

A Polish Guatemalan Grandmother’s Hidden Legacy

Julian Voloj, Jewish&, 04/11/2018

For this photographer, "Judaism is a fundamental filter for my understanding of the complexities of being alive."

From Poland to Uruguay: Jewish Identity in Pictures

From Poland to Uruguay: Jewish Identity in Pictures

Tali Farkash, ynet news, 08/18/2017

At a time when Jewish identity has become a source of anti-Semitic and political persecution around the world, 100 teenagers from three different continents participate in a photo competition with pictures reflecting their connection to the Jewish people. The result is a beautiful exhibition of 25 selected projects displayed at the Beit Hatfutsot museum in Tel Aviv.

Polish Hidden Jews Embrace ‘Hip’ Ancestry

Polish Hidden Jews Embrace 'Hip' Ancestry

Renee Ghert-Zand, Times of Israel, 10/30/2014

Rediscovering Jewish roots is becoming cool for Poland’s youth, but lingering memories of the Holocaust are never far from the surface.

Remembering How Polish Jews Lived, Not Just How They Died

Remembering How Polish Jews Lived, Not Just How They Died

Tad Taube, The Forward, 04/12/2013

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Polish Museum Set To Open Spectacular Window on Jewish Past

Polish Museum Set To Open Spectacular Window on Jewish Past

A.J. Goldmann, The Forward, 04/01/2013

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The latest hit in Poland: Hebrew lessons

The latest hit in Poland: Hebrew lessons

Itamar Eichner, Ynetnews, 06/21/2012

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A Polishman Among Ethiopians

A Polishman Among Ethiopians

Ofer Aderet, Haaretz, 05/20/2011

A century before global Jewry reached out to Ethiopia's community, a researcher named Jacques Faitlovitch sowed the seeds for a future ingathering.

Poland’s ‘hidden Jews’ connect with lost culture in three days of praying, singing and eating

Poland's 'hidden Jews' connect with lost culture in three days of praying, singing and eating

Vanessa Gera, Ha'aretz, 11/15/2007

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The Night of the Burning: Devorah’s Story

The Night of the Burning: Devorah's Story

Linda Press Wolf, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 09/05/2006

Devorah’s world is shattered by the tragedies of post–Great War Europe: gas poisoning, famine, typhoid, and influenza. Then comes the Night of the Burning, when Cossacks provoke Christian Poles to attack their Jewish neighbors.