Enzi Tanner, a Black, trans, Jewish community organizer in Minneapolis, hosts the show that dives into the intersectional lives many in the Jewish community lead, and how those intersections come together and inform. The title is a combination of the Swahili word Kuumba, which means “to create,” and the Hebrew word Hineni, which literally means “I am here,” but often is used to denote presence.

Listen to “Kuumba Hineni: A Podcast On Intersectionality More Than Skin Deep” on Spreaker.

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