Rosh Chodesh Racial Justice Review: The Color of Love by Gad
Time & Location
Rosh Chodesh Racial Justice Review
Rosh Chodesh celebrates the start of the Hebrew calendar month marked by the new moon. It is a time to reflect and think about what new energy we want to bring into the month ahead.
This past year, the world began to awaken to the devastating impact of America’s relationship to racism. We have seen how the dignity of human life has been violated time and time again. The message of Judaism is clear: each life is sacred and infinitely valuable. A reflection of the Divine, in fact. And so, such inhumanity is regarded as an affront to the Creator.
The Rosh Chodesh Racial Justice Review will provide structured space to explore the nature of systemic racism from top thinkers, and help us to reflect upon the ways we participate in, and are impacted by systems of oppression.
Understanding the way racial injustice works is the first step in remedying the problems, taking us one step closer toward a world affirming of all. Let’s make 2021 a year of actively remedying racial injustice.
13th movie by DuVernay (IYYAR) Monday, 4/12, 3pm
Caste by Wilkerson (TAMMUZ) Thursday, 6/10, 3pm
How to be an Antiracist by Kendi (ELUL) Sunday, 8/8, 3pm
The Color of Love by Gad (CHESHVAN) Thursday, 10/7, 3pm
N**** Theory by Armour (TEVET) Sunday, 12/5, 3pm
If you have further questions, or to introduce yourself, please don't hesitate to reach out
to Rabbi Miller: firstname.lastname@example.org
Together, we're #keepingitsacred...
- I'll be there!$0$00$0
TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT, PLEASE ENTER "1" TICKET QUANTITY
and CLICK "CHECKOUT" ABOVE.
TO ONLY REGISTER FOR THE NEWSLETTER,
please add your name and email and click "submit" below.