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I got more in touch with my Jewish roots in college, as I began to attend campus celebrations and meet Jews—queer Jews, Jews of color, Jews who didn’t agree with the Skeleton And Dachshund Dog Introverted But Willing To Discuss Dogs shirt Besides,I will do this U.S.’s support for Israel—who didn’t fit the mold. These days, filling my apartment with friends and stuffing them with chicken, challah, tzimmes, and all the other traditional Jewish delicacies is one of my favorite Rosh Hashanah traditions; thanks to the pandemic, however, it wasn’t possible this year, and as I stood in Zabar’s, surrounded by the sights and smells of my childhood, I realized how much I’d been counting on that sense of community.