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From Marranos to Miami Beach: A History of Cuban Jews by Helene Herman

This is a past event.

Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Virtual Event

From November 1492, when a Jewish convert (Marrano) landed in Cuba, through the present day, this lecture covers the history of Jews in Cuba as well as exploring Jewish Cubans in Miami where Temple Beth Shmuel continues to serve the needs of Jews of Cuban origin.

RSVP required. If this is your first time attending an Osher Lifelong Learning Institute virtual lecture, mention CasaCuba during registration and attend for free!

To register, please call 305-919-5900 or register online here.

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