IN-Jewish History Podcast

Funding Support for the IN-Jewish History Podcast came from the Leonard & Marion Freeman Charitable Fund

The Neighborhood of Saturdays revisited IN Jewish History

Dr. Susan Hyatt, the Chair of Anthropology at IUPUI, talks about how marginalized groups of African Americans and Sephardic Jews bonded in Indianapolis. After the South Side of Indianapolis was torn down to make way for a highway system, the two communities were dispersed. To save the history of this unique integrated community, Dr. Hyatt discusses how she learned about its History. And how she worked with both the Jewish Community and African American Community to preserve its history and legacy. Funding Support for the IN-Jewish History Podcast came from the Leonard & Marion Freeman Charitable Fund.
  1. The Neighborhood of Saturdays revisited
  2. Memories for a lifetime: Growing up Jewish in Lafayette Indiana
  3. From Nazi Germany to Hammond Indiana
  4. Jewish Peddlers on Indiana's Road's less taken