Adi Levi – the perfect father, husband, and son – thinks he may not have long to live so he decides, finally, to start enjoying himself. The problem is that he doesn’t know how. A chance encounter with Natalya – a stunnin...
Slavery, Redemption, Song, and Storytelling: A Day of Learning in Preparation for Passover with Mechon Hadar
Join the EDCJCC on March 19 as we welcome Mechon Hadar into our Center for a half-day workshop. This learning program will include a panel, lunch and two additional workshops. Each session will bring open-hearted and passionate discuss...
Exploring Race, History, and Community: An Interactive Discussion
Sixth and I
Join us for a guided discussion and exploration of Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehesi Coates, a MacArthur “genius” grant winner and national correspondent at The Atlantic. Facilitated by Suzanne Feinspan, this workshop wil...
The Global Refugee Crisis: Out of the Headlines and into our Hearts and Haggadot
With more than 65 million refugees and displaced people worldwide, the global refugee crisis is worse than any time in history as victims of persecution and violence around the world flee home in search of safety.