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Program Information
 radio613 
 
 Commentary
 Malcah, Avi, Nomi, Erika Davis
 radio613 collective  
 Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) 
In the first half of the show, radio613′s friend and comrade Nomi shares their beautiful Shabbat poem “Rhythm in Flame” set to music, and speaks with Avi about their poem, yeshiva studies, shabbat and training as a sofer.

During part two of the show, we kick off a new series of interviews, conversations and analysis about Jewish racism & Jewish anti-racism. We will be exploring several historical and contemporary moments of Jewish racism and/or anti-racism to deepen our understanding of the dynamics between Jewishness and racism and our commitment to confronting racism in our communities and religious practices. In this first installation of the series, we speak with Erika Davis from the blog Black, Gay and Jewish.
Questions or Comments? Email the radio613 collective: radio613@riseup.net
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00:42:36 English 2012-06-23
 
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Nomi  00:22:37  128Kbps mp3
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Erika Davis  00:19:59  128Kbps mp3
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