The typical Jew has never been one to be very outward with their religion and heritage. Often practicing just on the high holidays, their daily life doesn’t scream Jewish like it did maybe 70 years ago. Nowadays, Jews feel most connected to their roots when they enjoy a nice bagel or when they chuckle at the Mitzvah Tanks parked around New York City. But for others, it might be something a little more special. 
Hannah Roberts and Parker Canby explore what makes the modern Jew feel most Jewish. Both young Jewish women, but raised in very different households, each have their own ways they practice their Judaism. In an effort to learn more about other young Jews and their lives, they embarked on this project with the intention to shed light on what the future of the Jewish population is doing to observe their heritage and/or religion.
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