Tag Archives: social justice

Sunday: Indigenous Wisdom for Healing Intergenerational Trauma

We will discuss the indigenous wisdom that has historically been used to heal intergenerational trauma, and why it is especially important at this time of upheaval and transformation with Dr. Anita Sanchez, Nahua (Aztec) and Mexican American.

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Choosing Justice: Bringing Tikkun Olam Home to Our Communities

Join Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone in conversation with leaders at the forefront of racial justice, collective healing, and change-making in our communities. We will learn about opportunities for critical reflection on issues of race, religion, and identity. Most importantly, by participating in authentic and meaningful conversation, we will be prepared to approach our world with a greater capacity for sensitivity and compassion.

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Amplifying Voices: Black + Jewish on Chicago’s Southside

Join Tamar Manasseh, the African American rabbinical student who is leading the fight against senseless killings on the south side of Chicago, and Brad Rothschild, “They Ain’t Ready for Me” film maker in discussion with Todd Rockoff, Tucson J CEO/President.

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