Join Temple Emanuel’s Rav Hazzan Aliza Berger and fellow Yisod-nik’s (20/30-somethings) for a unique evening of fun, socializing and learning!
January’s topic is implicit bias and Judaism.
Implicit bias is something we all deal with, usually on an unconscious level. It affects the way we respond to our classmates, the direction we swipe on dating apps, the way we engage in the world and the opportunities we encounter in our work. As part of this discussion, we will talk about our experiences with implicit bias, take a Harvard implicit bias assessment in order to get an objective self-assessment and then talk about Jewish texts and resources that help us to minimize our biases and be more conscious beings in the world.+ More... - Less...
Cambridge, MA 02139
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