by Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn (Author). Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn, ordained at Hebrew Union College (Cincinnati) is considered an expert on the so-called anusim, the descendents of Jews who were forced to convert to Christianity but who maintained their Jewish identity secretly (in some cases, until today). He is an advisor for international organizations, such as Kulanu, and has been a key player in some of the most controversial mass "returnings" of Jews to the rest of the tribe, from the crypto-Jews of northern Brazil to the Abayudaba of Uganda.
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Rabbi and expert of Latin American Jewish issues Male, 52 YearsOverland Park - 66209, United States. Member since: Aug 18, 2009. Last active on: Aug 23, 2017 at 09:17 AM (EST). Teaching Preferences.
They Were Just People tells the stories of Polish Holocaust survivors and their rescuers. Tammeus and Cukierkorn traveled extensively in the United States and Poland to interview some of the few remaining participants before their generation is gone. The duo unfolds gripping narratives of Jews who survived against all odds and courageous non-Jews who risked their own lives to provide shelter. This event took place on September 10, 2009, at the Plaza Branch, 4801 Main S. Kansas City, MO.
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Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn, was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and ordained at. .
Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn, was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and ordained at Hebrew Union College (Cincinnati, Ohio). He hails from a line of Hasidic Polish rabbis who emigrated to Brazil in 1929. Rabbi Cukierkorn is the spiritual leader of Temple Israel of Greater Kansas City.
Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn photo courtesy of BritBraja Jewish Outreach Brazilian-born Cukierkorn is catering to a growing number of Latinos who are choosing to convert to Judaism as they abandon the region’s dominant Roman Catholicism.
Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn photo courtesy of BritBraja Jewish Outreach. Kansas City rabbi grows a congregation of Latin American Jews. Brazilian-born Cukierkorn is catering to a growing number of Latinos who are choosing to convert to Judaism as they abandon the region’s dominant Roman Catholicism. His outreach work involves teaching Jewish culture, laws and rituals to students in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Colombia and Brazil. At any given time, I have as many as 100 online students working towards conversion to Judaism, Cukierkorn said.