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Revisiting the Sources: Writings on Civil Rights from Heschel to Martin Luther King Jr.

September 7 @ 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Revisiting the Sources: Writings on Civil Rights from Heschel to Martin Luther King Jr.

with Tema Smith

 

Through an exploration of Civil Rights texts and the biblical sources that inspired a movement.

 

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Tema Smith is a diversity advocate, writer and Jewish community builder. She is currently the Director of Professional Development at 18Doors (formerly InterfaithFamily) an organization that empowers people in interfaith relationships to engage in Jewish life and make Jewish choices, and encourages Jewish communities to welcome them. This comes after seven years as a synagogue professional, most recently as the Director of Community Engagement at Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto’s oldest synagogue.

Tema is also a contributing columnist at The Forward whose writing has been published in MyJewishLearning, the Globe and Mail, and the Canadian Jewish News. Tema is dedicated to building a meaningful and inclusive Jewish community through research, training, writing and relational engagement work.

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September 7
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3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
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