In the encounter between Europe and the Americas, between Catholic rule and military dictatorship, between native pride and colonialist hunger, Buenos Aires comes to life like no other city. A crossroads of cultures telling their stories through food, art, music, dance, literature, politics, social activism and spirituality. A tale of triumph and tragedy, what is the Jewish story in this narrative? How does it intersect with our own? What can we learn from its people, its pain and its passion about the ways we bring together the many disparate parts of our own stories?
See details here.