The Bonds that Bind us Together: Collaboration for Racial and Economic Equality

Sunday, March 16, 2014 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

The historic relationship between the African American and Jewish communities was at the heart of the civil rights movement and helped to enact some of our county's most important policies on civil liberties and civil rights. By continuing to develop these relationships today with various minority groups - at home and abroad - we ensure  that racial and economic injustices are communal concerns to be solved by communal efforts.  Come learn about community partnerships that explore and build enduring relationships with other groups and see how intergroup dialogue can play a vital role in Jewish conversations, global Jewish peoplehood, and the world.

Location

Oak Alley

Speakers

Roni Akele Taylor Lustig Grace Rodnitzki Gregg Roman

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