Inclusion Shabbat: Community Healing Through Photography With Daniel Jackson

Top Pick March 16, 2019 Brookline Free
Sathya Silva, as featured on the cover of Daniel Jackson’s “Portraits of Resilience” (Photo: Daniel Jackson)
Sathya Silva, as featured on the cover of Daniel Jackson’s “Portraits of Resilience” (Photo: Daniel Jackson)

KI and its inclusion committee welcome Daniel Jackson to lead us in a conversation that will explore mental health issues, what our tradition teaches us about mental health challenges, the stigma that can often accompany these issues and consider ways that our community can support one another. The theme is “Mental Health: The Invisible Suffering and the Dvar Torah.”

There will be a Kiddush lunch, followed by a meet-and-greet with the artist in the social hall.

Daniel Jackson is an MIT computer science professor and a photographer. His book, “Portraits of Resilience,” addresses MIT students, faculty and staff who have struggled with mental illness and how their journeys led them to a deeper meaning in their lives. Visit his website here.

For details or accommodation requests, email or call 617-277-9155.

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Saturday, March 16, 2019, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Congregation Kehillath Israel
384 Harvard St
Brookline, MA 02446

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