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Q&A With The Hosts Of “A Bintel Brief” Podcast: Where Culture & Identity Meet

Photo, side-by-side, of two women — one black with glasses and the other white with red hair.
A Bintel Brief podcast co-hosts, Ginna Green (l) and Lynn Harris (r.)

In 1906, the Forward started A Bintel Brief, Yiddish for “A Bundle of Letters.” Now that classic Jewish advice column is a podcast. The co-hosts, two very different Jewish mothers, dish on the dilemmas of Jewish-American life, identity, culture and politics. They have already completed a successful season one and are well into season two.

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Frank Racioppi

Frank Racioppi

I am a South Jersey-based writer who manages Podcast Reports on Blogger and have a book available on Amazon about podcasts and podcasting called “Ear Worthy.”