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My project is called "Jews in ALL Hues."
"Jews in ALL Hues" is a group that seeks to help Dual Heritage Jews to collectively and privately find their (our) voice(s) through workshops, conferences etc in a safe environment that is composed solely of Dual Heritage Jews. Our goal in this workshop is to understand our own and each others experiences more fully. Ultimately, we hope to bring our voices to the table to inform the conversation on interfaith marriage, outreach and creating a more inclusive Jewish community as adult products of interfaith marriages.
What will we use this for/on: Stationary, Websites, Cards, Shirts, books luggage tags.
What I am thinking of: I want something that is similar to a coexistence sign, but nothing that is strictly blue and white (most jewish org's do blue and white. It's not our preference).I want something that shows the diversity that comes from having more than just jewish heritage while preserving the jewish side. There are many in our groups who have parents from just about every known religion and "ethnicity." I would like to showcase the fact that they all consider themselves both jewish and otherwise, but mainly human beings in the Jewish realm.
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