Repairing the World: Our Shared Responsibility

Sunday, March 16, 2014 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

What does it mean to repair the world? Who should and how do we pursue this work in our own local communities, our country and around the globe? Come join the discussion and get involved. Learn more about what the Jewish community is doing domestically and globally to make the world a better place – from disaster relief to alleviating poverty - and how you can make an individual impact.

Location

Rhythms 1/2

Speakers

Ben-Ari Boukai Brad Emanuel Martine Fleishman Kate Forester Alison Laichter Karen Yoskowitz

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