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This year during the Omer counting period, Kolot will share important thinking on race and racism. The Kolot Anti-Racist Omer Counter will offer a special reflection for each of the Omer’s seven weeks based on the kabbalists’ themes for the Omer and on the larger themes of anti-racism. Click here to access Kolot's Anti-Racist Omer Counter.
Are you coming to our Annual Congregational Meeting?!
Sunday, May 22nd at 3:00pm.
All the information you need can be found by clicking here!
In celebration of Lag B’Omer join us for KALEIDOSCOPE, a narrative-arts driven initiative sparked by a desire to highlight the stories of Jews of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, observance levels, and interfaith experiences at Kolot. May 25, 2016 1012 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215 Doors 6:30, Show at 7 ($10 tickets). More info here.
Rabbi Lippmann and several other area rabbis met with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-California) on April 5, 2016, at a political evening sponsored by J-Street.
Read Rabbi Lippmann's latest piece in the Huffington Post on why a mostly white Jewish congregation is working against racism.
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!