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POSTPONED: Chocolate and the Jews: A Bittersweet History with Judi Rose and Michael Leventhal

Join us for the full tale of chocolate - complete with recipes and live cooking! For more than 500 years the Jewish community has played a key role in the global chocolate trade. From the voyages of Christopher Columbus to the modern day, there has been Jewish involvement in the export and manufacture of cocoa. Delicious chocolate treats are devoured at festivals too. Is any Chanukah table complete without a showering of chocolate gelt? Or a Shabbat without chocolate babka or rugelach? Or, more oddly, did you know that every bris/brit milah in Curacao includes a celebratory hot chocolate?

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The Windermere Children

In this blogpost for International Children's Day Jewish Museum Intern , Mona, shares her research revealing the story of the Windermere Children.

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Jews in Jamaica

In this blogpost Jewish Museum Intern , Rebecca, shares her research revealing the history of Jews in Jamaica as we celebrate Black History and the connection between Black and Jewish communities this month and beyond.

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Sephardi Dress

by Miriam Phelan, Assistant Curator Sephardi Voices, currently on display in the museum’s Welcome Gallery, explores the stories of Jewish immigrants to the UK from across the Islamic world through […]

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