Meaningful conversation and reflection at the center of this holiday celebration
New Liturgy Represents The Diversity of Jewish Experience
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.
The House of Representatives voted on 16 June to honour the day slavery was outlawed in the US. Philosopher Lewis R Gordon contemplates this victory for democracy.
What really happened on Juneteenth — and why it’s time for supremacists and their sympathizers to surrender
Galveston’s Blacks already knew they were free, so did their slaveholders, who nonetheless kept them in bondage — not by deceit or ignorance, but by the brute force and dehumanizing torture they'd used for 200 years.
Juneteenth commemorates the day that the last enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas were finally able to claim freedom from illegal chattel slavery.
Use this Psalm to commemorate Juneteenth.
Join Be’chol Lashon for this unique celebration of our community’s diversity.
Be’chol Lashon, which has been celebrating and advocating for the racial and ethnic diversity of the Jewish people since 2000, celebrated with a prayer service welcoming Shabbat and featuring two rabbis of color.