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Askin Book Review
April 29, 2018, 12:00 am - 3:00 pm Chizuk Amuno 8100 Stevenson Road Baltimore, MD 21208
This year, the Askin Book Review is proud to sponsor Cynthia Shamash whose memoir “The Strangers We Became – Lessons in Exile from One of Iraq’s Last Jews” follows her life from growing up in Iraqi to her family’s travails as immigrants without a home country. Involved with petitioning to keep the Iraqi archives from being returned to Iraq, this lovely, modern-Orthodox Dentist has quite a tale to tell. The Iraqi Archives have been at the Jewish Museum in Baltimore for the past several months. This is a further layer to that story.
An Iraqi inspired lunch will be served.
Hardbound copies for purchase at a discounted price of $20 are in the Gift Shop.