From climate change to immigration to race relations, major social issues have come to the forefront in today’s discourse. But what does Judaism have to contribute to the conversation? Join Eser, a vibrant and fast growing community of young adults in their 20s and 30s, to discuss Jewish perspectives on these and other timely controversial issues.
Over a series of ten weeks, you’ll learn with a young, dynamic educator in an intimate living room setting over food and wine. In addition to learning, you’ll enjoy shabbat dinners and social events with other young Bostonians. No prior Jewish learning experience is necessary and the program is open to participants of all backgrounds.
As Eser means “ten,” each series focuses on ten topics around a single theme, and we are excited to reveal our topics for our next series, Ten Social Issues You Can’t Ignore, which starts the week of March 6! Our ten topics are as follows (drum roll please!):
- Gun control
- Reproductive rights
- Climate change
- Race relations
- Physician assisted suicide
- Responsibility to the poor
- Healthcare rights
- American-Israel relationship
- Capital punishment
Registration is $95. Click here for more info or contact Bella Ben-Shach (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Hope to see you there!
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