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#ReadInterfaith ✨ Wrap Up✨ Thank you so much everyone for your likes, comments, and shares! I especially took delight …

#ReadInterfaith ✨ Wrap Up✨ Thank you so much everyone for your likes, comments, and shares! I especially took delight in seeing those shared stacks from individuals accepting the challenge! This event has been an absolute blast! I’m forever grateful for co-organizing with @theroadlessread in encouraging readers to read more books on the multicultural Jewish & Muslim narratives. Special shout out to all of the hosts- #blackjewishbookchallenge
picks presented by: @miss.bibliofancy @honeybuttergal #blackmuslimbookchallenge
picks presented by: @hawa.reads
@s.musey
@inkfinitepages @engineeringbookisha Also, much love for promotional support from @readitforward Here is a rundown of my #blackjewishbookchallenge picks & suggestions: 📚 Yarmulkes & Fitted Caps by Aaron Samuels 📚 The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South by Michael W. Twitty 📚 Lovesong by Julius Lester (not pictured) 📚 Black White and Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self by Rebecca Walker 📚 Jokes My Father Never Taught Me by Rain Pryor

📚 Ariel Samson: Freelance Rabbi by Manishtana 📚 Bluish by Virginia Hamilton (not pictured) ✨Honorable Mentions ✨
These Black and Jewish narratives were not showcased but I wanted to put them on your radar: 📚 The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish 📚 Thoughts From A Unicorn: 100% Black. 100% Jewish. 0% Safe. by Manishtana 📚 The Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother by James McBride 📚 Ezra’s Big Shabbat Question by Aviva Brown (not pictured) ✨ Representation matters. It is important that we can all see ourselves represented fairly in literature! I want to encourage you to read some or all of the books showcased during this challenge. Please be sure to use the hashtags and tag me so I can see them! 😊 💋 xoxo,
Kat

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