Jewish American Heritage Month

Published on: May 12, 2021

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May is Jewish American Heritage Month!

Jewish American Heritage Month was established in 2006 by the proclamation of President George W. Bush, and has continued every year by Presidential Proclamation. The goal is to honor and celebrate the achievements and contributions of Jewish people to American society, culture, and history.

To learn more about Jews, Judaism, and Jewish culture, check out the nearly 100 books, audiobooks, and movies in the DCTC Library on these subjects. We also provide access to thousands of online resources – e-books, videos, and articles – covering Jews and Judaism. Finally, a list of websites gives more information on the specifics of Jewish American Heritage Month and related activities.

        

Websites:

Jewish American Heritage Month – National Museum of American Jewish History

2021 Proclamation on Jewish American Heritage Month – The White House

Jewish American Heritage Month – The Library of Congress

 

 

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