Black Jewish Solidarity: Shared Legacies & Allyship

When:
February 19, 2020 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm America/New York Timezone
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Where:
Ponce City Market
Contact:
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Please join us for a panel and conversation about Black, Black Jewish, and White Jewish solidarity.

Wednesday, February 19th
7:30 – 9:30pm
Ponce City Market (8th flr – Industrious)

The discussion will incorporate a review and reflection of the movie from the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival: Shared Legacies: The African-American Jewish Civil Rights Alliance (history) and our path moving forward (future). We will also discuss the current justice and equity movements and how we may be in solidarity today.

This event is a launch for continuous collaboration between Black people, Black/Brown Jews, and White Jews. At the conclusion of the panel, collaborative actions will be presented for solidarity.

For all posting associated with these events, please use the hashtags: #BlackJewishSolidarity #AllianceForBlackLives #EndRacismAndAntiSemitism

Panelist:
Marla Cure, Richard Rose, Rabbi Michael Bernstein, Chinita Allen, Victoria Raggs, LaMar Walker, and Leslie Anderson
Moderator: Dr. Tarece
Speakers: Keisha Brown & Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe

If you are interested in partnership and/or sponsorship on these events and in the future, please email us at: allianceforblacklives@gmail.com

Sponsors:
Alliance for Black Lives, The Global Purpose Approach, Interfaith Family/Atlanta, March on Georgia, Justice Fighter, NAACP, Jewish Community Relations Council, The Temple, Weber School

Organizers:
Dr. Tarece, Marla Cureton, Keisha Brown, Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe, Victoria Raggs, Leslie Andersen, Gloria Moore, and Mary Baron

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