The B’nai B’rith France exhibition “The contribution of Jewish cultures to France from 1791 to the present day”, produced by the BBF National Culture Commission chaired by Claire Rubinstein, resumed its itinerary through France, which had to be interrupted last March by the outbreak of the health crisis.

Thus, as part of the European Days of Jewish Culture and Heritage, the exhibition was presented at the university library in Metz in September and October, in partnership with the University of Lorraine, and on the initiative of Désirée Mayer, President of the JECJ-Lorraine and Honorary President of the JECPJ-France.

In addition, in partnership with the FSJU, the exhibition travel to different cities. Passages to Strasbourg, Bordeaux, Montpellier, Perpignan, Nice and many others are already scheduled.