Watch Our Discussion on Jewish Florida with Tamara Berens, Paul Kruss, and Ariel Yeshurun

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May 17 2022

I n recent years, south Florida has emerged as a vital hub of Jewish life. Bringing together Latin Jews, Orthodox Jews, secular Israelis, and Jewish migrants from the northeast, the region has nourished a distinctively American Jewish culture unlike anywhere else in the world. In her April Mosaic essay about Jewish life in south Florida, the writer Tamara Berens finds that it has become a kind of Jerusalem on the Atlantic, which makes it, in her view, “the second-easiest and -best place to be a Jew.”

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