Jewish Iranian-American Women Living in the Diaspora Past

Sunday, Feb 12, 2017 ,
9:30 AM
- Oakland, CA, United States

Free Event

The community of Jewish Iranian-Americans living in the Diaspora today left Iran during the country's Islamic revolution in 1979. This community has contributed to the society and culture of the United States through the sciences, academia, the arts and literature. We will discuss memoirs written in English by Iranian Jewish women who reflect on their lives in Iran, the revolution, life in the US, and raising Iranian American Jewish second generations here. We’ll explore interesting stories of immigration, memories and adaptation.


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