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Memories of Aaron Braveman
A Zionist Boyhood in
A Discussion with
Video Available of this program held January 31st
Aaron Braveman, a native Rochesterian and the former educational director of Temple B'rith Kodesh, moved to Palestine with his mother and brothers in 1927, when he was eight years old. The family returned to Rochester in 1936, when Aaron was 17 years old.
In conversation with Peter Eisenstadt, the author of Affirming the Covenant, Aaron will offer his memories of an American growing up in Palestine including:
- His experiences living in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
- His involvement with Zionism
- His memories of the land and its people
- Eight decades of observing the changes to the Zionist enterprise and Israel.