The Jew in You is the Young Adult Division’s (YAD) new educational initiative exploring all things Jewish and Jew-ish. This offering is specific for people under the age of 40.
The Jew In You delves deep into the topics most relevant to living and growing as a young Jewish adult today. This monthly series brings together Jewish thought leaders, educators, rabbis, and experts in a variety of fields for stimulating presentations and interactive discussions.
Please join us at 6:30 pm on Thursday once a month for an eclectic array of topics. Have a topic in mind that you’d like to learn more about? We would love to hear your thoughts!
Samantha Silverman: Praying with Our Feet, Mobilizing Our Community for a Better Tomorrow
Thu, June 11 // 6:30 pm
During the Civil Rights era, Rabbi Abraham Heschel joined Martin Luther King, Jr. in his Alabama march from Selma to Montgomery. Rabbi Heschel said afterward, “I prayed with my feet.” Join YAD’s new discussion series “The Jew in You” for a stimulating dialog about the history of Jewish activism and ways we can support our black and brown brothers and sisters in the future.
Samantha Silverman has worked as a Jewish educator for over a decade. She currently works as a director of Camp Haverim. She received her BA in Jewish Studies and Hebrew Literature from UCLA and her MA in Religious Studies with an emphasis on Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism from Yale.
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