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  • Friday
    Dec 1
    3rd Annual Human Rights Shabbat Service, led by Rav Bracha

    Friday, Dec 1st 7:00p to 9:00p


  • Thursday
    Dec 7
    Interactive Book Talk & Conversation with Penny Rosenwasser, author of Hope Into Practice: Jewish Women Choosing Justice Despite our Fears

    Thursday, Dec 7th 7:00p to 9:00p
    Anchored in Jewish ethical tradition & community, Hope Into Practice is about liberation - linking personal healing with activism for justice. Penny's interactive book talk weaves a rich blend of stories with themes of anti-Semitism, racial justice, healing internalized anti-Semitism & ancestral trauma, human rights in Israel-Palestine, and Jewish multiculturalism. In these perilous times of rising white supremacy, racism, deportation of immigrants, misogyny and LGBT oppression, Penny's words are a call to repair the world!


  • Saturday
    Dec 9
    "When I Dare to be Powerful" Workshop with Penny Rosenwasser

    Shabbat, Dec 9th 10:00a to 5:00p
    This workshop focuses on empowering ourselves and our work in the world by examining internalized messages from society that can hold us back from being effective activists and having the biggest lives possible. For Jewish women and gender-queer & trans folks (gender identities that are targets of misogyny). All ages 18 and over welcome. Folks with all sorts of relationships to your Jewish identity are welcome! The workshop will include a light lunch and snacks and will conclude with a brief havdalah ritual.


  • Tuesday
    Dec 12
    Staged Reading of a New Play: Eight Nights, by Jennifer Maisel

    Tuesday, Dec 12th 6:30p to 9:00p
    Eight Nights is a moving, provocative work that tells a family story over the course of 8 decades, one night per decade, during the holiday season. Focusing on the stories and rights of refugees and marginalized people in the US from 1945-2017, this is an event not to be missed. The performance will be followed by a talkback with the playwright, the director, and a panel of local immigrant rights activists. Tickets $10 ($5 students and seniors), with a portion of proceeds to CIRC, the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition.






Thu, November 23 2017 5 Kislev 5778