Led by Kavod, this five-part virtual workshop series explores the Jewish obligation to create a more just world. Together we will examine the connection between racism and antisemitism throughout history and into the present.
What does it mean to imagine a world in which Jews of all racial and ethnic backgrounds build authentic, sustained solidarity with one another? How can we evaluate our personal and family histories to identify if and how we have benefited from or been harmed by racism and antisemitism? How can we create relationships with other communities targeted by white supremacy? You will leave this course with a commitment to concrete action, ready to begin or expand your community’s justice work.
Scholarships are available. Contact Brigid Goggin at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.+ More... - Less...
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