3rd Community Dialogue on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

For many of us, Pesach is a time for experiencing precious family traditions.  Now that our seders are over, we can explore new possibilities by reaching out to our community and learning from each other.

The third Boulder Jewish Community Dialogue about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict will take place at the Boulder JCC on Sunday, April 22nd, from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm.   Individuals will participate in a stimulating evening of discussion and reflection.

During the past two years, Beth Ornstein and Yocheved Landsman have been co-facilitating these dialogues for Bonai Shalom, using materials produced by the Public Conversations Project in collaboration with the Jewish Dialogue Group (www.jewishdialogue.org).

Because the Dialogue is designed for small groups, pre-registration is required by April 16th. A light dinner will be provided, and a $15 donation is suggested. To r.s.v.p. or for information, please contact Barbara Trager at  ysewoman@msn.com.

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  1. On behalf of the Public Conversations Project, I'm delighted to see that such conversations are going to be taking place in Boulder. Having recently facilitated a 3-session dialogues series in Providence, Rhode Island, I can testify to the participants' sense of appreciation and fascination with the opportunity to respectfully engage in candid, deep conversations around a subject that is all too often avoided.
    I'm pleased to see Bonai Shalom taking the lead in continuing their dialogue series!

    Dave Joseph, Vice President for Program, Public Conversations Project