Explore the intersection of Juneteenth and Judaism, commemorating the end of chattel slavery and the struggles of enslaved people. Discover how the repercussions of slavery shape society today and delve into the roots of inequality. Learn about the significance of Juneteenth and its importance in honoring freedom and promoting awareness of racial justice and equality.
Include the Jewish Experience to Strengthen Workplace DEI for All – As organizations work on DEI initiatives, it’s important to include the Jewish experience. DEI must address rising antisemitism in the workplace and enhance outcomes for all groups. Jews are a diverse and multicultural people, and excluding them from DEI efforts is harmful. Let’s prioritize justice and equity for everyone.
On MLK Day, honor Dr. King’s legacy of justice and service by participating in local events. Join the MLK Day of Service for volunteer activities and food justice advocacy. Attend the Kingdom Day Parade celebrating Dr. King’s vision. Contribute to the MLK Day Clothing Drive and enjoy a community breakfast. Explore virtual service opportunities with JFNA and Repair the World.
Join us this Friday for a global teaching Shabbat, promoting diversity, equality, and inclusion. Stand together against hate and division by attending or hosting a Shabbat dinner. Visit OneTable.org/togetheratthetable to sign up. Let’s come together as a community and make a difference during this divisive time. Stay updated on local events with our partners. Shabbat Shalom.
Get ready for the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles! Join us on July 30th at UCLA to support the Israeli athletes competing in various sports. The World Games, held from July 25th to August 2nd, will feature 25 sports competitions and promote inclusion and equality for people with intellectual disabilities. Don’t miss this inspiring event!