Marc Dollinger challenged us to think about what is means to “become American” and the ways that racism has played among and within the Jewish community.
This is one of two debriefing sessions of up to 10 rabbis to:
1. Delve more deeply into what we heard,
2. Explore our feelings and questions raised during the presentation, and
3. Begin to think about next steps
Facilitated by Jill Housen:
Jill Housen consults on Racial Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (REDI) issues for local and national Jewish communities. She is the DEI Consultant for the Sandra Caplan Community Bet Din and Open Temple in Los Angeles, CA. She is also on the RAC National Justice Leadership team and a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee at Ikar in Los Angeles, CA. She is passionate about Judaism, sustainable fashion solutions, food, and reggae music, and she believes that coffee is the elixir of life. Jill is an alumni of the URJ’s (DEI) Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion JewV’Nation Fellowship and completed the Don't Kvetch Community Organizing training through Bend the Arc.
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