Worldwide, the number of Jews is stagnant. Decimated by the Inquisition, the Holocaust, high intermarriage rates and low birth rates, Jews now comprise only 0.2% of the world's people. In focusing our attention on traditional demographic models and Eastern European definitions of Jewish behavior and belonging, we miss out on the ways in which communities and individuals are Jewish in the modern world.
Diane Tobin, director of Be'chol Lashon, takes us on journey to discover some of our lesser-known fellow Jews around the world and explore the multicultural reality that is American Jewry today.
Interested in booking Diane Tobin? Call 415-386-2604 or email