In the News: Christopher Michaelson on Embracing Chinese and Jewish Identities – Newsroom


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Opus Distinguished Professor of Principled Leadership Christopher Michaelson wrote an opinion piece in the Forward describing his childhood growing up half-Asian and his experience learning about and converting to Judaism.

From the article: As well-meaning as the search for common ground between cultural and religious identities can be, discovering our uncommon ground is also critical to our appreciation of the diverse histories that we each bring to the changing faces and futures of Judaism.


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