The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken our community. It has us questioning many of the assumptions we have made about our governing institutions and has shined a spotlight on the vulnerabilities many in our society face.
A number of questions feel pertinent now: How do we ensure that people have access to food, housing and health care? How will we share natural resources as we find they are more limited? How do we balance immigration and community protection?
In this course we will look at biblical and rabbinic texts that approach these topics and others. We will use the spiritual technology of our Jewish texts to spark a conversation about what a just society means in our time, and make commitments to take impactful and sustained action.
This course will be taught by Tyler Dratch and meets weekly on Mondays, 7:30-9 p.m., from July 6 to Aug. 10.+ More... - Less...
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