Presentation “Did Your Abuelita…?”

Did Your Abuelita - by Schelly Talalay Dardashti

Join us April 25, 2021 for Schelly Talalay Dardashti's presentation "Why do the last names change?". Her presentation will be available at 2:00 PM CST on our website. If you are a member of Las Villas del Norte just log in to our website and either go to our calendar to get the link or our presentations page. Not a member yet? You can join here: https://lasvillasdelnorte.com/become-a-member/

More About Schelly Talalay Dardashti

Schelly Talalay Dardashti is a journalist and genealogist, an award-winning pioneer Jewish genealogy columnist/blogger; founder, Tracing the Tribe – Jewish Genealogy on Facebook (35,500 members from 101 countries); founding member, Centro Sefarad New Mexico; and the US Genealogy Advisor for MyHeritage. She is involved in many DNA projects.

Presentation Information

Title: Did Your Abuelita...?

Summary: Social and food traditions are the last to disappear in ethnic populations. Topics covered will demonstrate what traditions – life-cycle, food and more - are still observed in many Hispanic families of Sephardic ancestry – whether that heritage is known, has been lost in history, or is simply denied.

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  1. I was born in General Trevino, Nuevo Leon, grew up in Detroit, Michigan. I now live in Los Angeles, California. I am a descendant of a Jewish mother who didn’t know she was Jewish until I figured it out for her. Unfortunately, she passed away a few years after this discovery.