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Toward a History of Jewish – Native American Relations

Professor David Koffman

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Program in Jewish Studies and cosponsors welcome David S. Koffman as Jewish Studies’ 2020 Sondra and Howard Bender Visiting Scholar. Professor Koffman will present a public lecture titled “Toward a History of Jewish – Native American Relations,” on the CU campus on Thursday, February 6, …

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Jack Nicklaus Headlines JFS Executive Luncheon April 29

JFS Executive Luncheon 2020 header

Jewish Family Service of Colorado welcomes Jack Nicklaus, golf champion, golf course designer, philanthropist, and good-will ambassador, for its 16th annual JFS Executive Luncheon fundraiser on Wednesday, April 29.

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day Lecture at CU Boulder

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Program in Jewish Studies and cosponsors will honor International Holocaust Remembrance Day (January 27) with a public lecture by visiting scholar Edward B. Westermann, Professor of History at Texas A&M University-San Antonio.

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Refuat HaNefesh: Healing Your Spirit, December Dates

Refuat Hanefesh: A Healing of the Spirit is a safe and loving gathering where people struggling with mental illness and brain disorders, their family, and friends can meet confidentially. See the schedule for the month here.

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INMI Offering Mental Health Sessions

How do we manage anxiety, heal moral injury, and sustain a healthy center in these times? Come to an inspirational and liberating program that will help you hold your center—individually, in relationships, and in community.

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Community Conversation on Anti-Semitism

Boulder’s Rabbinic Council (Haver), the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and the Boulder JCC are convening a community conversation to discuss recent incidents of anti-Semitism in our area and to provide support to one another.

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Clean Speech Colorado Brings Speakers to Boulder

November marks the launch of “Clean Speech Colorado,” a new state-wide initiative convening 65 organizations in our community to to create a more peaceful and productive community.

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