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Compassion & Justice

Moving Towards Racial Justice Conversations: What Can I Do?

Following the killing of George Floyd in May, 2021, several people in the Jewish Gateways community felt the need to come together and respond.

 

What emerged was a series of gatherings which became "Moving Towards Racial Justice Conversations: What Can I Do?"

Through small and large group discussions, we discover our own voices and directions for personal action.

We use videos, readings, and presentations to help us understand more deeply what is happening in our world today. Our racial justice lens includes both the personal and the systemic. During the past several years, our discussions have expanded to include climate justice and election justice.

Our discussions are warm, friendly, and challenging. They help when we have subsequent conversations with family and friends about these issues. They move us to deeper reflection about tikkun olam (Hebrew for "repairing the world") as well as a deeper connection with ourselves and others. 

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We gather year round on the second and fourth Monday of each month, from 7 pm - 8:45 pm PT.

To join the Conversation or to learn more, please contact Adrianne Bank.

All are welcome any time. No experience is necessary.

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