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Jews of Color - Inside and Out

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Lessons from the New Jews of Color Study

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With Bruce D. Haynes, professor of Sociology UC Davis and Bruce Phillips, Professor of Sociology and Jewish Communal Studies, University of Southern California

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Prof. Bruce Haynes speaks about the lived experiences - now and historically - of Jews of Color (JOC) and situates the issue in the context of racialization and race thinking. Prof. Bruce Phillips presents the 10,000 feet view, using the Pew 2013 & 2020, and other studies, and investigating the questions these studies used to identify JOC. From there, the conversation unfolds.

Bruce Haynes, Professor of sociology at UC Davis, is the author of several books including Down the Upstaircase and The Soul of Judaism: Jews of African Descent in America, which received the Raboteau Book Prize for Best Book in Africana Religions. His current research focuses on the Racialization of People and Place. https://sociology.ucdavis.edu/people/bdhaynes

Bruce Phillips, is Professor of Sociology & Jewish Communal Service, Hebrew Union College and at Louchheim School of Judaic Studies at the University of Southern California. His published work covers topics from Iranians and Israelis in the United States, to Jewish suburbanization, Jewish education, the economics of Jewish life, and more. He authored the 2004 Bay Area Jewish Community Study and the ground-breaking study, Re-Examining Intermarriage. https://crcc.usc.edu/people/bruce-phillips


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