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  • Celebrating Through the Years with Be’chol Lashon (In Every Tongue)

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Eliana Senturia at the 2002 Be’chol Lashon Chanukah Celebration.

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Ciera Rodriguez and her little brother at the 2003 Be’chol Lashon Chanukah Celebration.


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Dafna Sizomu, from the Abayudaya Jewish community in Uganda, has her face painted at the 2005 Be’chol Lashon Shavuot Festival.

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Renée Rodriguez and her daughter at the Shavuot Festival, one of many multigenerational families at Be’chol Lashon events.


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Amalia Wu and Tenda Helman at the 2006 Annual Be’chol Lashon Retreat.

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Isaac Zones leads songs at the 2007 Be’chol Lashon Retreat with intern, Lydia Katz, an active youth leader at congregation Beth Chayim Chashim, Los Angeles.


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Dele Jane Osawe, Ph.D (z”l) and Carolivia Herron, Ph.D participated in the 2006 Annual Be’chol Lashon International Think Tank for leaders of Jewish communities around the world.


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Dr. Denise Davis explored issues raised by The Jewish Identity Project at the Contemporary Jewish Museum where Be’chol Lashon sponsored a Family Day in 2007.


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Rabbi Capers and Mary Funnye at the 2008 Be’chol Lashon Purim Festival at the African Arts & Cultural Complex, where Rabbi Funnye led the reading of the Magillah.

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Kenny Kahn and Margot Meitner are among the young adult leaders who staff Be’chol Lashon events. Margot begins rabbinic school at Hebrew College in 2008


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Be’chol Lashon featured multicultural activities at the 2008 Israel in the Gardens, a community festival with attendance of over 15,000.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1558-9552
Print ISSN
1046-8358
Pages
pp. 64-68
Launched on MUSE
2008-11-13
Open Access
No
Archive Status
Archived 2012
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