The events of recent weeks have brought to stark relief the issue of racial inequity in the United States. As uncomfortable and fraught as conversations about race can be, those conversations are necessary, especially now. The wisdom, experiences, and perspectives of different generations within the Jewish community can deepen our understanding of race and racism within Jewish and broader American contexts.
Members of all generations are invited to this three-part series. Ahead of each month’s session, participants will be asked to read or listen to a preselected article or podcast that will frame the conversation.
Participants in this entry of the series are asked to listen to NPR's Code Switch: A Decade Of Watching Black People Die.
Individual registration for all three sessions is required. Please register at least 48 hours before each session, space is limited.
Please email Matt Peterson at email@example.com with any questions.