The third workshop focuses on how a diverse, high-functioning board can be transformative for an organization and its mission, yet many boards are an underutilized resource – largely transactional, and lacking a Culture of Belonging. Explore how some boards are going beyond recruitment to build cultures that empower members to bring their full identities and strengths to advance their shared mission together.
Join us in person for rooftop Shabbat rituals and music, followed by a vegetarian potluck in honor of Juneteenth. Ritual leaders Rabbi Isaama Goldstein-Stoll and Jewsician Marques Hollie will lead us in song and spirit. We will provide wine, challah and dessert, and we ask that friends joining us bring vegetarian dishes to share. Friday, June 17, 6 PM. Presented by Be'chol Lashon and the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, co-sponsored by Keshet, with funding support by the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York-PATH Initiative and the Mayor's Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes.
Being Jewpanese is diverse. Whether you have one parent of each (Jewish/Japanese), or were adopted into, or are Jewpanese by choice, you are invited to participate in the JEWPANESE Oral History Project. Interviews will be conducted by fellow Jewpanese Carmel Tanaka. To sign up, please visit: https://tinyurl.com/jewpanese Carmel is coming to NYC later this month to conduct in-person interviews (Zoom, written and/or anonymous interviews are available too) and will also be hosting a social JEWPANESE lunch on May 29 at Shalom Japan. Jewpanese people, couples and families are welcome to attend. Please RSVP @JewpaneseProject on Instagram or respond via the sign up link above!
Krakow’s Jewish Culture Festival Pop-Up Concert in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park Presented by Value Culture. Performing live: Gili Yalo, Jeremiah Lockwood, Happie Hoffman, Black Sabbath DJ set by the Idelsohn society: The Secret Musical History of Black Jewish Relations, Hosted by Kosha Dillz., SATURDAY MAY 7th12pm PT - 4pm PT, FREE to the Public
The first workshop focuses on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) which begins with building individual awareness, skills, and resilience, but how do we affect lasting institutional change so that everyone can find belonging in Jewish organizations?
In each episode, we will explore the different food and cultures. Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder will be cooking with members of the Be'chol Lashon community and facilitating the conversations. see the description.
In celebration of LGBTQ Jews of Color identities and lived experiences, Keshet and Be'chol Lashon have partnered with JCC Harlem for Living Out Loud: a launch event for the second season of Joy & Resilience. Recorded in 2021 and 2022.
In this interactive workshop, we will learn about the Jewish presence in Central Asia for over 2000 years, their ancient kabbalistic traditions, recipes, and customs that Bukharian Jews still practice in the 21st century. Passover Story, music, delicious virtual meal pictures, and many stories that you would be able to use at home for your own Passover Seder! The first 20 tickets are FREE, after $18;
Passover can be a lonely time for those who are not able to spend it with their loved ones. In an effort to support every member of our community Be’chol Lashon will put on an abbreviated virtual Seder hosted by Shekhiynah Larks. FREE