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  1. […] my post, I discussed how attempting to connect to Jewish identity through Ashkenazi, Sephardi, or Mizrahi culture is mistaken, because these cultures are by nature sectionalized. If not through […]

  2. […] must do more to acknowledge non-Ashkenazi Jewish cultures […]

  3. […] is the celebration of an over-hyped ideal: the “good liberal,” cultured and celebratory of [not the only, but treated as such] his Ashkenazi heritage. Questioning this ideal can sometimes bring wrath (never remind anyone that […]

  4. […] Sephardi-written articles in New Voices have said before, honoring Sephardi and Mizrahi custom as an Ashkenazi person is about more than […]