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Sunday, February 17 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
Seeing Race in Jewish Communities

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The phrase “I don’t see color” is bittersweet. It expresses the desire to affirm equality and also ignores a glaring reality: in American society, we've all been socialized regarding race. If we refuse to see this, then how can we address race issues in our Jewish communities? We will play some fun games to demonstrate the challenges of undoing socialization and brainstorm concrete actions to foster racial equity and inclusion in our Jewish communities.

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Tamara Fish

Tamara Fish (Harvard U., AB; Union Theo. Sem., MA; Columbia U., MPhil, ABD) is the immediate past president of the Jewish Multiracial Network (JMN), the immediate past president of Congregation Tehillah, Riverdale, NY, and former Assistant Director of the Office of the University... Read More →


Sunday February 17, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm
Hahn Chapel (2nd Floor)