Learning to Action

Are you in the Boomer Generation and looking to deepen your learning about the intersection of hands-on service and racial justice?

Join other explorers in a facilitated, small group setting to deepen your collective understanding of how white Jews can show up, serve, and become aware of and an advocate for racial justice.

This 5 part series, designed for adults born between 1945-1964, will include learning, reflection, and action as stepping stone to greater awareness and learning.

Program Dates and Times

All sessions will be 8:30-9:30 a.m. via Zoom. Link will be sent upon registration.
Tuesday, December 8
Tuesday, December 15
Tuesday, December 22
Tuesday, January 5
Tuesday, January 12

This series is designed to:

  • Explore what it takes to come more inclusive, knowledgeable, and activated as individuals.
  • Clarify the intersection of hands-on volunteer service and racial justice, understanding that most volunteer needs results from systemic racial injustice.
  • Create a brave space for communal conversation and internal reflection.
  • Help you better understand the context in which things happen in the world and the roles and responsibilities of white Jews.

If you are a teen or a young adult and want to participate in a parallel program, contact 4Front or Repair the World.  If you are the parent of young children and want to participate, stay tuned for future program dates!

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