VIRTUAL TOUR OF BATTAE (PAST)
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About the Event
Join a virtual tour of Battae (“my home”), the new Ethiopian Israeli Heritage Center in Israel, where visitors learn about traditional Ethiopian heritage through food, photography, art, music, dancing, and most importantly from hearing stories.
Our tour guide is Ashager Araro, the director of Battae. She was born in Gondar, Ethiopia, and immigrated to Israel as an infant during the 1991 “Operation Solomon.” Following her military service, where she held the rank of lieutenant, she studied government and diplomacy at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. Araro's career in public diplomacy has brought her to countries throughout Europe, North America and Africa, where she has engaged audiences on issues pertinent to Israel and the Jewish people.
This is a program of FACES OF ISRAEL SERIES: A Celebration of Ethiopian Jewish Heritage.
Admission is free. Upon registration, you will first receive a confirmation email, and an hour before the event, a reminder email which will include the Zoom link. If you don't see these emails, please check your spam/junk folders to retrieve it. We suggest adding "email@example.com" to your contacts or safe senders list.
Sponsors: Cong. B’nai Tikvah, CCJCC, EBIJFF and Cong. B’nai Shalom.
Co-sponsors: Cong. Beth Emek and the Jewish Book Council.