Cultural heritage and progressive values
inspiring community, learning, and activism
People throughout history have been pushed from their homes by forces beyond their control. As Jews, we have a particular, centuries-old connection with this reality, and we find commonality with the pain and aspirations of all people who find themselves in a diaspora. We sing in support of those who are strangers in a strange land, who long for a fabled ancestral homeland while at the same time wanting to build a promising, normal life for themselves and their family in a new home.
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