Museum of Tolerance | Los Angeles, CA

Jewish-Latino Outreach Program

Program Overview

Building Bridges in the Community

The Museum of Tolerance developed the Jewish-Latino Outreach program to equip participants with the awareness, information, and practical skills to interact respectfully and successfully in a diverse world and build bridges of understanding for mutual support. The practical focus of the program was on intercultural outreach between Jewish and Latino students as community neighbors and allies.

Participants in the program included College undergraduate students, who worked as Interns to provide mentorship within the program, and High School Seniors, who received high school elective course credit as Fellows in the program.

The program consisted of two semesters of weekly sessions from September through May, which explore discussions of Jewish and Latino identity, history and values, and intercultural competency.



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Outreach Projects

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Additional support from:

The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation

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