Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston, and Keshet invite you to A Memorial and Solidarity Gathering hosted by Temple Israel of Boston, in memory of Shira Banki, who was murdered at Jerusalem Pride, and to express our grief and outrage at this attack, and the murders of Ali and Sa’ad Dawabshe who died in the attack on their home in Duma.
ADL New England, AJC Boston, Boston Pride, Congregation Sha’arei Tefilah, Congregation Dorshei Tzedek, Consulate General of Israel to New England, New Israel Fund, Synagogue Council of MA, Temple Israel of Boston, Temple Emanuel
May the memories of Shira Banki and Ali and Sa’ad Dawabshe be a blessing.
Co-sponsors (in formation):
Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, Eshel, Hadassah Northeast, Moishe Kavod House, New England Jewish Labor Committee, Temple Beth Zion (TBZ), Temple Hillel B’nai Torah
Parking is available at the 375 Longwood Avenue Garage located next to the Temple. (Parking will not be validated.) Temple Israel of Boston is accessible via the Green Line D Train to Longwood Medical Center.
Event Location: Temple Israel
477 Longwood, Boston, Massachusetts, 02215
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