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May is Jewish American Heritage Month

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Last week carried a very important day for the American-Israeli relationship, as America officially moved its embassy to Jerusalem. No matter how you feel about this news, it was a historic day and appropriately took place in May, which is also Jewish American Heritage Month.

In 2006, President George W. Bush declared that May would celebrate the history of the Jewish-American people who have significantly influenced American culture. This May, national museums, parks, galleries and more will provide exhibits, shows, discussions and events celebrating Jewish-American contributions. Go experience the rich history for yourself before the month ends.

Josh Sarnowitz, The Boston 100

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