“My task is not to debate whether I’m a Jew or not, but to figure out what kind of Jew I am. For me, finding a secular Jewish community with progressive politics fits my version of that identity.”
Music, Arts & Culture
Our connection to thousands of years of Jewish culture shapes and enriches our Jewish community today. The sounds, the tastes, the humor and the language have deep emotional resonance whether we identify as religious or secular Jews, and are lasting sources of inspiration and creativity.
of the inheritance that we strive to preserve and perpetuate. There’s also nothing like a powerful protest song to renew our strength and energy.
- A Besere Velt (A Better World), Yiddish Community Chorus
- Gragger/Noisemaker radical Purim shpiel and pageant
- Street theater and flash mobs through the Acting for Economic Justice committee
Explore the rich legacy of Yiddish and progressive culture: