Ethiopian community still suffers trauma from exodus 30 years ago

Psychotrauma certainly isn’t new to the Jewish People. Unspeakable, nightmarish experiences suffered by Holocaust survivors as long as 75 years ago remain fresh in their minds and have been passed on as trauma even to the second and third generations.

The painful experiences of Ethiopian Jewish immigrants are still vivid and raw up to three decades later.


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