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From the Shalom Hartman Institute:

With a startling rise in anti-Israel activism and antisemitism on campus, how can Jewish communities understand and respond to these dynamics?

Campus resources for this moment - click here

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Wednesday June 26, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Holy Blossom Temple 

Rabbi Dalia Marx, PhD, From Time to Time: Journeys in the Jewish Calendar

Rabbi Marx will join us online, though learners are welcome to join virtually or in-person at HBT, as she teaches us with inspiration from her new book “From Time to Time: Journeys in the Jewish Calendar”. Together with Rabbi Eliza McCarroll, we’ll learn about the little-known fast day of 20 Sivan, as a springboard for a general conversation about our communal calendar celebrations and commemorations.

This is a very special opportunity to hear from one of Reform Judaism’s pre-eminent teachers, scholars, and friends of Holy Blossom Temple!

Registration is $36 and includes the purchase of the book, which will be ready for pickup at Temple on the day of the class.
Join us either at Temple, or online (link sent upon registration).

This class is also the first of a three-part series with me (Rabbi McCarroll), more information of which can be found HERE. The next two classes are at 11:30 am, on July 3 and July 10.

Register for all three sessions HERE!

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Wednesday June 26 in Toronto (Bathurst & Eglinton )

7:30 - 9 pm

Canadian Friends of Haifa University present:

In the aftermath of the Massacre on October 7 and the War against Hamas, antisemitism around the world has seen a disturbing resurgence across various domains, necessitating urgent attention and action. This conversation will delve into the manifestations of antisemitism on social media, where hate speech and misinformation proliferate with alarming speed and reach.

Dr. David Barak-Gorodetsky is head of the Elizabeth and Tony Comper Interdisciplinary Center for the study of Antisemitism and Racism and the director of the Ruderman Program for American-Jewish Studies at the University of Haifa.

Register Here

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To share with the young people in your network:

There are a few spots still available to join the Tamar/Netzer Taglit Volunteer program in Israel, August 25 – September 2, 2024, open to Reform/Progressive Jewish young adults from all over the world, aged 18-40. This trip is a partnership between Netzer and Tamar of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, Taglit Onward, and Israel Experience.

Participants will have the opportunity to connect with new friends while supporting Israel through meaningful volunteer work and thought-provoking sessions and site visits. 

Please contact Julia at [email protected] with any questions. 
See more information and pre-register using this link.

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