Anna Fishman Gonshor describes the numerous activities of the Montreal Jewish community, and how this makes it easy to find your place despite varying Jewish identities.
Anna Fishman Gonshor talks about her parents' Jewish lifestyle, and how the term "secular" has evolved over the years.
Anna Fishman Gonshor gives advice to the next generation of Yiddish students, and talks about how hope for the future can be found in the Yiddish language.
Anna Fishman Gonshor, professor at McGill University, discusses a disconnect with the past she notices among her students, and the challenges this creates for teaching Yiddish.
Anna Fishman Gonshor recalls the secular observance of shabbes during her childhood in Montreal.
Anna Fishman Gonshor, professor of Yiddish at McGill University, talks about how her Jewish students connect to Yiddish and the personal discoveries she has observed.
Laurie Weinberg, clinical psychologist, gives advice for people dealing with their Jewish identity and speaks on the importance of the Yiddish Book Center.
Laurie Weinberg, clinical psychologist, talks about the importance of Yiddish and why she is personally drawn to it.
Laurie Weinberg, clinical psychologist, describes having a bat mitzvah as an adult with her father, son, and grandson present.
Robert Wahler, former Aleph Zadik Aleph member, describes what being Jewish meant in his childhood home.
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