Film

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A Kippah in the Caribbean

November 16, 7pm at Congregation Havurah Shalom, 825 NW 18th Ave, Portland

Ticket Info: General Public $8, OJMCHE, IJS and Havurah members $5, free with RSVP for Wednesday night religious schools

Buy Tickets   Add to Calendar /experience/film-2016-11-16-a-kippah-in-the-caribbean 9/1/2016 11/16/2016 6 OJM Event - A Kippah in the Caribbean A Kippah in the Caribbean is a Dutch documentary about Jewish-Caribbean identity produced by Tanja Fraaij and Mike Ho Sam Sooi. The film follows in the footsteps of the Jews who were driven out of Portugal and Spain, first to Amsterdam and Brazil, and finally to Curacao and Suriname. Included are the voices of 20 Caribbean Jews and an exploration of the traces of Jewish identity that can still be found in Antillean and Surinamese customs, language, and cooking. The film also examines the future for the Jewish community in Curacao, Aruba, and Surinam. Congregation Havurah Shalom, 825 NW 18th Ave, Portland OJM info@ojm.org true MM/DD/YYYY | RSVP

A Kippah in the Caribbean is a Dutch documentary about Jewish-Caribbean identity produced by Tanja Fraaij and Mike Ho Sam Sooi. The film follows in the footsteps of the Jews who were driven out of Portugal and Spain, first to Amsterdam and Brazil, and finally to Curacao and Suriname. Included are the voices of 20 Caribbean Jews and an exploration of the traces of Jewish identity that can still be found in Antillean and Surinamese customs, language, and cooking. The film also examines the future for the Jewish community in Curacao, Aruba, and Surinam. more »