Episode 39: Being Jewish in Germany -- What does that look like as the country marks 1,700 years of Jewish life? Common Ground
In A.D. 321, an edict drawn up by the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great appointed Jewish people to the Cologne town council. This decree is the oldest known document showing Jewish life thriving north of the Alps.
But what does it mean to be Jewish in Germany today?
In this episode, guest host Stephanie Wolf speaks with Anti-Defamation League’s Assistant Director for European Affairs, Dalia Grinfeld, and visual and performance artist Rachel Libeskind.
This show is produced by Dina Elsayed and Stephanie Wolf.