Are you a member of Kolot who wants to be, or know someone who wants to be, on the Board of Directors? The Nominating Committee is formed! Click here for more information.
UNDOING RACISM TRAINING with The People's Institute for Survival & Beyond
CoSponsored by Kolot Chayeinu, Repair the World NYC, & Brooklyn Community Fund
808 Nostrand Ave
Saturday & Sunday, Apr 1 & 2 @ 9am - 5pm
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. EVENT FULL.
We are pleased to offer this unique opportunity to learn about Undoing Racism from The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, a national, multiracial, anti-racist network from New Orleans dedicated to ending racism and other forms of institutional oppression. This training is especially valuable for those in positions to take what they learn in the workshop back to their colleagues, institutions, and wider communities, to form local work groups to continue the dialogue and work that must be done. This workshop will help you learn to advance institutional change for racial equality by learning about institutional racism. The workshop focuses on history, leadership, staying accountable to communities of color, creating networks, and undoing internalized oppression.
April 1 is Shabbat, and as such, the day will start with an early morning prayer service.
COME SEE RABBI ELLEN LIPPMANN & DR. DEBBIE ALMONTASER LIVE ON PERSON PLACE THING PODCAST WITH RANDY COHEN
Monday, Apr 3 @ 7:00pm
Rabbi Lippmann and Dr. Almontaser, a rabbi and a Muslim activist, will be talking with each other live on our bima as they are interviewed by Randy Cohen of the podcast Person Place Thing. They will be discussing: activism, the President’s Muslim ban, and this moment when our faiths and people must come together to say yes to democracy and justice. We really hope you can come out to hear their discussion and support the interview.
Many Kolotniks and Rabbi Lippmann came out on March 16, 2017 as part of Faith In New York's action #FaithOverFear in support of New York City's immigrants and refugees!
Have you heard? Kolot Chayeinu is having a huge gala event next spring (2018) to honor Rabbi Lippmann and celebrate our community's 25th year! The Gala Planning committee is having a contest to NAME THE GALA! Winner will end up with one free ticket to the event.
Previous galas were named: "Chai Time," "Loud & Clear," "Praying with Our Feet, Dancing with Our Souls," "Open Tent," and "Bread and Torah."
What should this one be called? Let us know!
Contest closes April 11th so get your thougths in before then. Thank you!
Doing some online shopping? Kolot is now an Amazon Smile charity! Every time you make a purchase from Amazon, you can indicate Kolot as your charity of choice and AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Kolot! Costless to you, but oh so important to Kolot. Here's how to do it!
Read Rabbi Lippmann's article,"A Jewish Congregation Tackles Racism," published in e-Jewish Philanthropy, by clicking here.
Time to Renew your Kolot Membership (or become a Member for the first time) and enroll your children in Kolot's Children's Learning Program!
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