After 16 1/2 years of dedication to the project, Bryan Schwartz Law's principal has published Scattered Among the Nations, a book of photographs and stories of the world's most isolated Jewish communities. The coffee table book highlights sixteen diverse Jewish communities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Former Soviet Union, and beyond.
"My work every day as a civil rights lawyer is driven by the same passion for diversity, and my fascination with the workings of our multicultural planet, that have inspired this project," said Schwartz. "I am humbled and delighted to see it come to fruition, with such a beautiful product, after all of these years."
The publisher's blog post is at http://www.weldonowen.com/blog/3-worlds-most-isolated-jewish-communities.
The first review of the book is here.