By Arnold Dashefsky, Ira M. Sheskin
This 12 months e-book, now in its one hundred and fifteenth 12 months, offers perception into significant developments within the North American Jewish groups and is the once a year list of the North American Jewish groups. the 1st chapters of half I research Jewish immigrant teams to the USA and Jewish existence on campus. Chapters on “National Affairs” and “Jewish Communal Affairs” research the year’s occasions. 3 chapters learn the demography and geography of the USA, Canada, and international Jewish populations. half II offers Jewish Federations, Jewish neighborhood facilities, social carrier companies, nationwide businesses, in a single day camps, museums, and Israeli consulates. the ultimate chapters current nationwide and native Jewish periodicals and broadcast media; educational assets, together with Jewish reports courses, books, articles web content, and study libraries; and lists of significant occasions long ago 12 months, Jewish honorees, and obituaries.
For these attracted to the North American Jewish community—scholars, carrier prone, volunteers—this quantity surely offers the one most sensible resource of knowledge at the constitution, dynamics, and ongoing non secular, political, and social demanding situations confronting the neighborhood. it may be at the bookshelf of each person drawn to tracking the dynamics of switch within the Jewish groups of North America.
Sidney Goldstein, Founder and Director, inhabitants experiences and coaching middle, Brown collage, and Alice Goldstein, inhabitants experiences and Traini
ng middle, Brown University
The American Jewish yr Book is a special and priceless source for Jewish neighborhood pros. it truly is half almanac, listing, encyclopedia and all jointly a quantity to have inside effortless succeed in. it's the top, concise diary of traits, occasions, and personalities of curiosity for the prior 12 months. we should always all welcome the yr Book’s book as an indication of power for the Jewish neighborhood.
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By 2010, the number was reduced to 390,000, with the major destinations of emigrants being the US and Israel. In addition, Latin American Jews also moved to Canada and Spain (Bokser Liwerant 2015). Drawing on data from DellaPergola (2011) and Sheskin and Dashefsky (2011), Bokser Liwerant (2015) estimates between 100,000 and 150,000 Latin American Jews in the US. Similarities and Differences among Cuban and Latin American Jewish Immigrants Speaking the same language, hailing from a common region, and having arrived in the US relatively recently, Cuban and Latin American Jews have much in common.
According to Bettinger-Lopez (2000), a number of Cuban Jews did visit Miami each summer during the 1940s and 1950s, but this was so long ago that its current impact on the community is likely minimal. Due to the two groups’ differing financial status upon arrival and the evolution of social norms with regard to women’s involvement in the labor market associated with the time and place of their departure, patterns of gender and family adaptation contrast. Cuban Jewish women, who had not worked in Cuba, often found employment in the ethnic economy shortly after arrival to assist their families to reestablish middle class standing (Fernandez-Kelly and Garcia 1990).
In contrast, financial assets from the country of origin allowed Latin American women to be less concerned with income generation. Like recently arrived Israeli women in the US who have children, they often concentrate on assisting familial and community adaptation. Also like Israeli women, Latin American women found jobs as teachers in Jewish schools. Having access to jobs in the US provided not only income and a social orientation, but the additional benefit of helping their families establish legal resident status in the US, something that for Cuban, Russian, and Iranian Jewish immigrants was often unnecessary due to their refugee or asylee status (Bejarano 2014; Gold 2014).