Humans of Hebrew College Jewish Learning from Cincinnati

By Wendy Linden

Humans of Hebrew College  #HumansHC

brian-freedman

“Pluralism is central to who I am religiously. Yes, I identify as a conservative Jew, but I take pieces from reform, orthodox, reconstructionist, chasidism—a little bit of everything—to make who I am as a Jew. Hebrew College supports that. And that’s important to my work as I encounter different styles of Judaism. The idea that we all have a seat at the table of Judaism is core to Hebrew College and core to who I am.”

(Brian Freedman, Hebrew College Jewish Education and Jewish Studies Masters student; Executive Director and former Educatin Director at Northern Hills Synagogue in Cincinnati, Ohio)

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