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Recon Connect: Live connection with Reconstructionist around the world.

Recon Connect is the hub for online and live experiences from across the Reconstructionist movement. Here, you can access the community, innovation and intellectual depth that epitomizes Reconstructionist Judaism.

Want to submit an event for consideration? Please use this form. We ask that presenters observe FBI “Zoom-Bombing” Guidelines.

Note: All times are U.S. Eastern Time. Listings are provided by sponsoring organizations - please contact them in case of questions about their programs.

 


Thursday, 1/28

The World of Yiddish (Recon Community Live)

Time: 7:30 pm EDT
Presenter: B'nai Havurah - Denver, CO

An introduction to the breadth and depth of the history of the Yiddish language, presented by Dr. Madeleine Cohen, Academic Director of the Yiddish Book Center.


Sunday, 2/7

How To Be An Inclusion Hero (Recon Community Live)

Time: 2:30 pm EDT
Presenter: Kehillat Sukkat Shalom - Columbus, OH
Presenter email: joaniecalem@gmail.com

Come join JEOrg, the Jewish Educators Organization (Columbus, OH) in honoring JDAIM, Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (February!) This year’s intergenerational event will be online of course. Come learn how to be an inclusion hero and defeat exclusion. Interactive activities for all ages.


To register for this event, please email Joanie Calem, Education Coodinator, at joaniecalem@gmail.com.


Thursday, 2/11

Rediscovering Women Yiddish Writers Through Translation (Recon Community Live)

Time: 7:30 pm EDT
Presenter: B'nai Havurah - Denver, CO

Dr. Madeleine Cohen, Academic Director of the Yiddish Book Center, and Ellen Cassedy, author and translator, will discuss the new translation work that is bringing women Yiddish authors to readers today for the first time.


Sunday, 2/21

Neurodiversity and Inclusion: Lessons from Covid 19 and from the Torah (Recon Community Live)

Time: 7:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Kehillat Sukkat Shalom - Columbus, OH
Presenter email: joaniecalem@gmail.com

In honor of JDAIM, Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month, (February!) please join us for an online conversation with Prof. Samuel Levine, Professor of Law, Director of the Jewish Law Institute, and founder of the Disability Rights and Inclusion Project at Touro Law Center, on the topic of: “Neurodiversity and Inclusion: Lessons from Covid 19 and from the Torah.”


To register for this event, please email Joanie Calem, Education Coodinator, at joaniecalem@gmail.com.