June 22, 2020, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Whether idealized for selfless sacrifice in Yiddish music and literature or lampooned for neuroses by Borscht Belt comedians, the Jewish mother has taken on a near mythic character. Join Rabbi Lubliner on four Monday evenings in June for a journey of 3,500 years, as we explore the story of the Jewish mother from the Bible to Philip Roth and the Talmud to the Jazz Singer.
Part One: The Jewish Mothers of Invention – Sarah, Rebecca, and Hannah