Join us for a virtual conversation about race and Judaism with award-winning producer, writer, director, and outreach specialist Lacey Schwartz Delgado. She uses the power of narratives to build community and impact change on personal, familial, institutional, and societal levels.
Her film "Little White Lie" explores her shifting racial identify and what it means to be Black and Jewish in America.
B’nai Shalom Sisterhood invites you to join us for our 2021-2022 opening meeting. Lacey grew up the child of a CPA father and a business-owner mother who had migrated first to Accord in Ulster County, then to Woodstock from Brooklyn in the early 70’s. The film details her upbringing in a close-knit Jewish family and the questions about her identity that began to gnaw at her as a youth.
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