Children studying Hebrew at the conservative Temple Beth Shalom in Havana. The Jewish community in Havana once numbered 15,000 and now is only 1,500.
Children studying Hebrew at the conservative Temple Beth Shalom in Havana. The Jewish community in Havana once numbered 15,000 and now is only 1,500. Joe Cavaretta AP
Children studying Hebrew at the conservative Temple Beth Shalom in Havana. The Jewish community in Havana once numbered 15,000 and now is only 1,500. Joe Cavaretta AP

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