“Being Jewish is just who I am. It’s my identity, it’s my culture, and it’s an immediate bond with other Jewish people.” – David, New Jersey
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To me, being Jewish means perseverance... I think we’re marked by what we’ve done to persevere, despite the opposition we’ve faced.
Ariel, San Francisco
To me, being Jewish means honoring and immortalizing my grandmother’s Holocaust survival story. It means knowing that no matter where I am in the world, there’s always a seat for me around any Shabbat table. It means being proud to say that no matter where I am on my spiritual journey, my blood forever runs “Jew.”
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