Participants in the JCC Global Family Tree Project in Mexico City earlier this year.
(photo credit: COURTESY OF CDI MEXICO CITY)
Whether it’s terrorist attacks in Israel, anti-Semitism in Europe or other dramatic events affecting Jewish communities around the world, today’s reality of nonstop media coverage with social media at the forefront allows Jews to monitor the various global crises affecting their brethren.But how can the Jewish people learn about the beauties of the routine daily lives of their coreligionists in their communities near and far, communities with their own unique expressions of Jewish heritage and customs, and be able to connect with them? That was the question asked rhetorically by Smadar Bar-Akiva, the executive director of JCC Global, the Israel-based organization that is the umbrella for more than 1,000 JCCs worldwide, making it the largest global Jewish network.
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