Cultural fluency represents a broad familiarity of Jewish culture attained by participating in numerous Jewish cultural events over the course of time. A person would likely see Jewish culture as their primary mode of Jewish expression and involvement.
Our next conversation about Jewish Fluency will be on Wednesday, 3:00-4:00pm Eastern. Rabbi Ilan Schwartz, of The Ohio State University Hillel, will be leading the conversation.
In our last meeting, we talked about what Jewish fluency is and why it is important. One of the sub-questions that arose was that Jewish fluency is a way to address insecurity and guilt about ones Jewish knowledge or involvement. Read more>