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The 20-Something's Guide To Celebrating Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is here, and it’s a time when Jewish faithful are commanded to wake up and hear the shofar. But not all Jews are sure where to begin. A witty new video produced by Jewish youth organization the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation lays out a simple and fun guide for celebrating the Jewish new year for those who may be daunted. “You keep hearing about honey and rams’ horns and fasting and forgiveness, and suddenly you’re stumped,” the video narrates, addressing young Jews out there who don’t quite know how to go about celebrating.
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