Train the Trainer Cohort - Race, Religion and American Judaism
The Center for Jewish Ethics recently launched a groundbreaking curriculum that utilizes the study of Jewish history, experience, and ethics to illuminate the problem of racism and lay a foundation for positive change. We think this program is an excellent congregational resource for growing the knowledge and inquiry that are central to the pursuit of equity and repair, and we want to help you take advantage of it.
This fall, Rabbi Micah Weiss will be leading a “train the trainer” cohort for folks interested in offering Race, Religion and American Judaism in their Reconstructionist community. Micah will also be offering group coaching and support in the spring for facilitators running their own groups. This cohort will meet for five sessions on Thursdays, 12-1pmET, mid-November to the end-of-December.
Curious and want to learn more? Join us for an Info session on Thursday, October 26th 12-1pm. Ready to sign up? Register below!
Please help spread the word and encourage any of your experienced or emerging congregational racial justice leaders to join us!
Thursdays, 12-1 p.m. ET.
- Info Session (Micah Weiss and Mira Wasserman) October 26th
- Introduction: Nov 16th (Guest Teacher – Rabbi Shahar Colt – Curriculum Writer)
- Theories of Race and Jewish Identity (1) November 30th
- Theories of Race and Jewish Identity (2) December 7th
- The Diversity of the American Jewish Experience December 14th
- Jewish Ethical Responses to the Problem of Racism December 21st