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Yossi Klein Halevi & Walid Issa in Conversation: November 4th @ 7pm

Join us for a conversation between author Yossi Klein Halevi, Senior Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute - מכון שלום הרטמן, and activist Walid Issa, Executive Director of The American Palestinian Hope Project. Yossi and Walid will discuss Israeli and Palestinian narratives and shared connection to the land. Event at 7:00pm; Q&A to follow.

Email cpennini@jcrcboston.org to RSVP.

Program sponsored by a grant from the Leifer Family Fund.

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Mishpachot (Family) Dinner - November 2nd

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   Adults $20
   Children 3-16 $10
   Residents of 1550 $10
   Children under 3 no charge

 

Upcoming Adult Learning Classes

.Introduction to Jewish Meditation 
This is a perfect class for folks who don’t think they can meditate and is open to beginners and advanced students. Led by Reb Moshe
Wednesdays, October 10, 17, 24 -   7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Exploring Yossi Klein-Halevy – Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor
This class will discuss the book, Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor, written by acclaimed author Yossi Klein-Halevi. The book is Klein-Halevy’s powerful attempt to reach beyond the wall that separates Palestinians and Israel. Dr. Jonathan Golden, Israel Curriculum Coordinator and a teacher of American history at Gann Academy will lead the discussion
Tuesdays, October 23, 30, November 6  - 7:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

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Lighting The Way: Images from the Tag Meir Coalition

This exhibit will be available for viewing at TBZ through November 9th

Lighting The Way: Images from the Tag Meir Coalition is a community-sponsored photography exhibition, brought to us by Boston's 2017 Naomi Chazan Fellow, Sophie Hearne. Your support will help us to cover the costs of the exhibition and make this inspiring collection available to the New England NIF community.

We are thrilled to bring you the world premiere of this exhibition of photos collected by NIF grantee Tag MeirTag Meir is a coalition of over 50 organizations that responds to hate crimes in Israel and the occupied territories.

Tag Meir holds hundreds of demonstrations, meetings, vigils and activities throughout the year to influence public discourse and encourage police investigations of racially motivated crimes. The Lighting The Way exhibition will showcase what it looks like for diverse communities to come together in solidarity instead of hate, and the powerful message of peace this sends.

 

High Holiday Personal Prayers and Sermons from Rosh Hashanah...

 

 Please click here for Personal Prayers and here for Sermons from the Rabbis. More will be added from Yom Kippur as they are received.

Wed, November 14 2018 6 Kislev 5779