|August 15, 1998
Jews in the South Jewish culture used to thrive in small cotton towns in the South, a culture that has been disappearing over the past decades. Mississippi is one of the few southern states where large Jewish congregations still exist. The Museum of Southern Jewish Experience in Jackson has opened an exhibition on southern Jewish culture, in an attempt to save what is left before it goes altogether. Melanie Peeples reports. (6:30)
|September 22, 1995
Noah speaks with
a grandson of Ike Gelman and the acting Rabbi of congregation Ahavath
Rayim in Greenwood, Mississippi.