Join us to learn from and be energized by local Jewish change-makers and to celebrate the multitude of ways we are collectively working to create a more just and equitable world.
PANEL DISCUSSION WITH:
Carinne Luck – Israel, food and women’s issues organizer
Alan Lungen – Attorney and Darfuri refugee advocate
Avi Rosenthalis – JFREJ member organizer on housing justice / Rude Mechanical Orchestra
SKILLS SHARE WORKSHOPS WITH:
Suzanne Grossman – Career coach, LYJ – Love Your Job
Alison Hirsch – Assistant Political Director of East Coast and Federal Programs, SEIU 32BJ
Isaac Luria – Campaigns Director, JStreet
Alissa Wise – Program Director, Ma’ayan
…and others still TBA!
Reception with dinner and spoken word performances will follow.
Emceed and with special performances by Daniel “Fritz” Herschel Silber-Baker, award winning slam poet and Brooklyn-based community activist.
Date: Sunday, December 6th
Time: 4pm-9pm, registration at 3:30pm
Place: Congregation Beth Elohim at 274 Garfield Place, in Park Slope, Brooklyn
Cost: Sliding scale, $8 – $18 (nobody will be turned away for lack of funds)
For more information and to register, visit http://whoinspiresyou.eventbrite.com
Hosted by the AJWS-AVODAH Partnership and our partners:
Jewschool.com, the New Israel Fund’s New Generations, Uri L’Tzedek, and the Young Leaders of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.
Co-sponsored by:
Adamah, Bronfman Youth Fellowships, Congregation Beth Elohim / Brooklyn Jews, B’nai Jeshurun, Hazon, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Moishe House, Teva Learning Center, Zeek, and others TBA.