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First Friday on Thursday with Professor Merav Ben David

In late fall of 2009, I was sitting for an interview with National Geographic on the bow of a Coast Guard Icebreaker in the Arctic Ocean. I was the chief scientist on an expedition to study polar bears. According to NASA’s predictions, we were supposed to be breaking solid ice. Instead, we were motoring at full speed: at a time the sea was supposed to be frozen, there was no ice to be seen.

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Refugees and Asylum-Seekers: Then and Now – First Friday

Join Congregation Bonai Shalom and Sandra Saltrese-Miller, an immigration lawyer, for December First Friday, December 7 as she discusses the history of American asylum law and current key policy issues relating to refugees, asylum seekers, and birthright citizenship.  

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June First Friday: Jewish Genealogy

What’s Jewish About Jewish Genealogy? Friday, June 3rd at 6:00 pm Presented by Jewish Genealogist Ellen Kowitt Reciting names and documenting family relationships are Jewish traditions found throughout The Torah and have played significant roles in the life cycles of Jews from ancient times to the present. Modern resources and …

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CBS First Friday with Moishe House: Jewish Katrina A Decade Later

Bonai Shalom and the Boulder Moishe House present Moshe Kornfeld: Jewish Katrina – A Decade Later for First Friday this Friday, March 4th.

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