Qabbalat Shabbat: Friday, 6:00 p.m. Torah Study: Saturday, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Weekday Minyan: 6:15 p.m.

Our Liberation is Bound Together

Combating Racism, Antisemitism & White Supremacy

Mondays, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
5 sessions, October 19 – November 16
Online class via Zoom. Registration Required.

Led by Kavod, this 5-part virtual workshop series explores the Jewish obligation to create a more just world. Together we will examine the connection between racism and antisemitism throughout history and into the present. What does it mean to imagine a world in which Jews of all racial and ethnic backgrounds build authentic, sustained solidarity with one another? How can we evaluate our personal and family histories to identify if and how we have benefited from or been harmed by racism and antisemitism? How can we create relationships with other communities targeted by white supremacy? You will leave this course with a commitment to concrete action, ready to begin or expand your community’s justice work.

This class qualifies for the “Justice, Politics, and Contemporary Issues” category of the Chochmat Lev, A Learned Heart Certificate.

To join us, please register with the form below, and the Zoom link will be shared in your confirmation email. Contact Brigid Goggin with any questions at bgoggin@tisrael.org.

Kavod is a community led by young Jews in Greater Boston, committed to each other and to building a liberated world for all people. We live out our values through vibrant Jewish ritual, transformative social justice organizing, and collective responsibility. Our name comes from Pirkei Avot, where it says, “Who receives honor/kavod? The one who treats all beings with kavod.” (Pirkei Avot 4:1) At the Kavod, we seek to treat all with honor, recognizing the unique talents each person has to share.

Class Registration

The Center for Adult Jewish Learning follows a “Pay What You Can” model for registration. To register for this class, please select “Add” for each attendee you wish to register at the pricing level of your choice, then click “Proceed to Payment” to complete registration.

“Pay What You Can” Registration Details:
-Standard Registration is set at $25 per class session.
-Supporter Registration is set at $35 per class session. This level is for those who are able to contribute more to help keep our programs accessible for all.
-Reduced Registration is set at $10 per session. This level is for those who wish to participate but may find the Standard Registration fee prohibitive.

We also offer scholarships. To learn more about scholarships, or to register for this class by phone and/or pay by check, please contact Brigid Goggin at bgoggin@tisrael.org.