Celebrating Passover with Uganda's Jews Rural eastern Uganda is home to a small but thriving Jewish community called the Abayudaya, which means "the Jews" in the local language. Jocelyn Frank joined them last year for Passover.
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Celebrating Passover with Uganda's Jews

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A member of Uganda's Abayudaya community prepares a dish called haroset for the Passover celebration. Jocelyn Frank, NPR hide caption

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A member of Uganda's Abayudaya community prepares a dish called haroset for the Passover celebration.

Jocelyn Frank, NPR

Rural eastern Uganda is home to a small but thriving Jewish community called the Abayudaya, which means "the Jews" in the local language.

Jocelyn Frank joined them last year for Passover.