Kulanu: All of Us

Welcome to Kulanu, Inc!

Kulanu (Hebrew for "all of us") supports isolated, emerging, and returning Jewish communities around the world who wish to learn more about Judaism and (re-)connect with the wider Jewish community.

Watch this 5-minute videoto learn more about Kulanu's work:

Explore our web site to learn more about Kulanu and the communities we work with in Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Find out how you can get involved, or make an impact now with a donation and join the global network of Kulanu supporters today!

Please contact us with questions, or to introduce yourself to "all of us" and get on our mailing list! We would love to stay in touch with you about our work with Jews around the world.

Thanks so much!

- "All of Us" at Kulanu

Kulanu Highlights

Announcing the 2017-18 Kulanu Anousim Speaking Tour!

image: Jonatas Chimen

Kulanu is delighted to announce our first Anousim speaking tour!

Building on years of successful speaking tours, we are excited to introduce you to Jonatas Chimen, who will be speaking across North America from October to June. Jonatas is a Brazilian-American Jewish artist who expresses his experiences as a member of the Bnei Anousim community through his creations, especially the Jewish experience of being a refugee or immigrant in exile. He engages with his identity through painting, sculpture, performance art, and writing.

Learn more about the speaking tour here.

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Latest Issue of Kulanu Magazine Now Available Online

The Spring 2017 issue of KulanuNews, Kulanu's informative publication about Jewish communities around the world, is now available to read on our web site! The latest edition features moving articles by Kulanu volunteers and community members, as well as wonderful color photos to help tell their stories. Click here to check it out in full-color! Here's a glimpse of what you will find in this issue:

image: Latest Issue of KulanuNews
  • Italian Jewish Diversity, p. 1
  • Daneel Schaechter, p. 3
  • Todah Rabah from Nigeria, p. 4
  • Noah's Children in Vizag, India, p. 6
  • High Holidays in Suriname, p. 14
  • Community Seders in Zimbabwe, p. 18
  • Volunteer Spotlight: Ed Rensin, p. 20
  • Jonatas Chimen, p. 24

Click here! to read full articles.

We think you'll enjoy this new issue! (Missed earlier issues? Read them now at www.kulanu.org/magazines).

Kulanu Magazine is published two times a year, and unless otherwise requested, Kulanu mails hard copies of each issue to our supporters for a year.

This is one of the ways we keep you in the loop about how your contributions are put to work, and also to inform readers about isolated and emerging Jewish communities around the world -- remarkable groups you might not learn about anywhere else.

If you would like to receive your own copy of future issues, please make a donation now at www.kulanu.org/donate. We look forward to hearing what you think of KulanuNews!

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