Our Sages tell us:
"A community is too heavy for anyone to carry alone."
(Deuteronomy Rabbah, 1:10)
CELEBRATE! THE JEWISH EXPERIENCE IN SPANISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES: Lecture Discrimination and Tolerance in Mexico
Topic: Cultural Events Region: Mid-Coastal/Central
Enrique Chmelnik, Director of Content for the Memoria and Tolerancia Museum in Mexico City will discuss Mexico’s policies on these matters from World War II to this day.
Days: Tuesday Time: 7:30 PM May 22, 2012
Passes for the 3 events can be purchased for $30.
Site: Ohr Shalom Synagogue
2512 3rd Avenue
San Diego, CA 92103
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Special Notes: An unprecedented festival of film, music, art, theater, food, exhibits and lectures highlighting the extraordinary historic and contemporary journey of the Jewish people after their expulsion from Spain in 1492.
In partnership with interested organizations, DL is bringing ¡Celébrate! to several cities across the country in May 2012 including San Diego. The ADL San Diego Regional office in partnership with the Mexican Consulate in San Diego has planned three events in May, 2012.
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and produced by the San Diego Center for Jewish Culture
and is generously funded by the Joseph and Dorothy Goldberg Charitable