The Center for Jewish Studies and the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research are pleased to announce a talk series on the intersection of Black and Jewish identities in American culture, politics, and religious life. The lives and experiences of those who identify as Black and Jewish have received little scholarly attention despite their growing prominence in current conversations around race and religion in the US and outsized contributions to Jewish and American culture. This talk series aims to amplify Black and Jewish voices and to foster new conversations around the challenges and prospects of Black diversity and Jewish diversity.

Panelists:
Rebecca Ginsburg, Associate Professor, University of Illinois; Director, Education Justice Project
Tamar Manasseh, Founder and President, MASK: Mothers/ Men Against Senseless Killings
Maayan Zik, Cofounder, Ker a Velt and Kamocha; Organizer, Tahalucha for Social Justice March
Elizabeth Hinton (Moderator), Associate Professor, Yale University; Professor of Law, Yale Law School

Please join us for part three of the series on Monday, April 19, when we welcome Rebecca Ginsburg, Tamar Manasseh, and Maayan Zik in conversation with Elizabeth Hinton.

Part three of the Black & Jewish talk series 

Registration Link
harvard.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jebaiCVXRhaI-yn4wBBvlg