Finally we will visit this topic to discuss the diversity of Jews and what it is to be "Jewish" with guest April Baskins. April Baskin works at The World Justice Project in Washington, D.C. and serves as president of the Jewish Multiracial Network. She is a graduate of the Schusterman Insight Fellowship for Jewish Community and the Jeremiah Fellowship, a Jewish community organizing training program with Jews United for Justice. April earned a B.A. in sociology from Tufts University in 2007 with concentrations in community health and social inequality; she received high honors for her thesis about Jews of Color. Previously, April was an Americorps fellow for an affiliate of the Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston and a research assistant at the Kennedy School of Government. I am very excited to have her as a guest and what we will learn.