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Bruce Phillips: LA Jews and Their City


Learning About LA By Learning About Her Jews...and Where They Fit In






Los Angeles has experienced massive change from the small town that ended at MacArthur Park to  the sprawling metropolis of today.  In the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, Jews  played an important role in shaping the civic, cultural, and geographic contours of Los Angeles.  Jewish life, in turn, has been molded by Los Angeles.

Join Village member  Professor Bruce Phillips for a three-part tour of Jewish Los Angeles through time and space, including the future.

Part II: 1950-1999 (October 12):

Los Angeles Jewry, along with the surrounding city, changed overnight in the early post-war period. We'll learn about the return of Jews to civic leadership after fifty years of exile. We'll talk about the role of Jews in electing the first Black mayor of a majority white city, as well as the paradoxical role of Jews in ending mandatory busing while still integrating public schools. Bruce will present his research on Jewish residential patterns to show that when it comes to choosing where they live, Jews differ markedly from Anglo Angelenos.


Part III will cover 2000 and beyond (October 19). Please register for each session separately.

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About Bruce Phillips:

Bruce Phillips is Professor of Sociology and Jewish Communal Service at Hebrew Union College. He is also a faculty member in Middle East Studies at USC and a University Fellow at the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture. He was the 2017 recipient of the Marshall Sklare Award of the Association for the Social Scientific Study of Jewry. He and his wife, Toni Frederick, are second generation Angelenos and "Saba and Savta" to a fourth generation Angelina. He has been researching Los Angeles Jews since 1976.





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When:
Monday, October 12, 2020, 3:00 PM until 4:15 PM
Where:
Zoom

Contact(s):
Talia S Karu
310-871-2721 (c)
Category:
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