Natan Fuchs, a member of Congregation for Humanistic Judaism of Metro Detroit, discusses the timeline of Jewry in the United States as part of a Jewish History course he teaches at the congregation. There are links to ten sessions of the course taught between December 2017 through February 2018.
Jump just to the time period you are most interested in, or watch all in order; either way, this course will provide a fuller understanding of U.S. Jewish history and likely impart some new knowledge as . . .
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