Podcasts

We believe that the journey to self discovery is led by inquiry, and that’s why our podcasts ask big questions and dissect complex topics by unpacking all things Jewish.

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E11
40 mins

Dr. Erica Brown is an educator, interviewer, and Jewish leader. With an extensive career in writing and academia, Dr. Brown has also committed herself to preserving Jewish history by perfecting the art of the interview. She’s spoken with major leaders in the Jewish world: from Jeffery Goldberg to Deborah Libstaft to Sarah Hurwitz.

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E4
28 mins

On Nov 10, 1975, the UN General Assembly passed Resolution 3379, determining that Zionism is “a form of racism and racial discrimination.” That’s quite a loaded description! In this episode, Noam Weissman breaks down what led to this infamous resolution, the UN’s relationship with Israel, and what it still means to us, almost 50 years later.

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E10
28 mins

Carly Rothenberg Friedman is an entrepreneur and founder of My Tzedakah Fund, a tech platform dedicated to bridging the gap between next generation philanthropist and worthy the Jewish charities all over the world. In this conversation, we dive into her experience beginning her own business with an all-female team, and we ask the question: Why Tzedakah?

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E3
38 mins

Have you heard about Israel’s secret nuclear weapons in Dimona? Yeah, we haven’t either. In this episode, Noam digs deep into how Israel’s not-so-secret nuclear program came to be, and asks, does the nuclear program make Israel safer?

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E9
30 mins

Sophie Frieden is an Orthodox feminist activist and co-founder of Jewish on Campus. She runs a Tiktok account called Frum Feminist, which represents two super different communities: religious Orthodoxy and feminism.

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E2
31 mins

You might have heard of the Beta Israel, the community of Israel’s Ethiopian community. In this episode, Noam Weissman tells their story – not only their rich Jewish heritage and history, but also the story of how they got to Israel, in Operation Solomon, and their integration into Israeli society over the last thirty years. It’s thrilling, inspiring, but also complicated, and difficult at times. In other words, it’s a microcosm of the entire state of Israel, and the Jewish community the world over.

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