“It’s not like there’s a Latino voice, or Latino voices and Jewish voices. You have in front of you people who are the combination of the Jewish with the Latino and the Latin American. So it’s not like we put on a hat, ‘and now we’re speaking Latino,’ and then we put on another hat, ‘and now we’re speaking Jewish.’ . . . That orchestration is done by bridges: By being bridges and by building bridges.”
— Stephanie Guiloff
Dina Siegel Vann and Stephanie Guiloff lead the American Jewish Committee’s Belfer Institute for Latino and Latin American Affairs. We discuss the fluidity of American identity, the richness that this fluidity engenders, and the power we wield when we unite the many facets of our American identity in the political arena.
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