(Courtesy of 929 English) 929 English, a non-profit aimed at creating a global Jewish conversation, has launched a new podcast. The 929 Podcast, hosted by Rabbi Adam Mintz, profiles influential and innovative figures from the 929 community and is geared toward everyone interested in learning more about the Jewish community and religion.
The most recent episode featured Kylie Unell, founder of Rooted, a community of millennial Jews who come together each month for thought-provoking events that are crafted to make Jewish tradition accessible. Rabbi Adam Mintz and Kylie sit down to discuss what inspired her to start this initiative.
Future podcast episodes will feature other influential members of the community including:
Harris Tilevitz—chief technology officer, Skadden LLC
Alana Dakin—program director for The Center of Jewish Living at Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
Joel Cohen—lawyer and professor at Fordham Law
Israel Friedman—community organizer of 929 New Rochelle
Adam Mintz said, “What an amazing treat to discuss Jewish texts and Jewish life with such a diverse and wonderful selection of people. Please join our 929 English podcast community.”
Fans of the podcast can contact 929 English via email at [email protected] to provide feedback and ideas for the podcast, or to become a guest on the show.
To listen to the podcast, visit Apple Podcasts. Please rate, review and share it with a friend. Episodes will be released every Tuesday.