A continuously updated list of events celebrating Jewish diversity
Note: Due to COVID-19, some events are taking place online. For the in-person events, please follow the health guidelines of each of the events. You can join us for livestreamed events on Facebook, or watch archived videos of past events below.
The Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program offers several different paths to careers of meaning and purpose. Students tell us they value our pluralistic community.
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Families with children ages 2 through 8 years old are invited to celebrate Sigd with Hannah Senesh Community Day School and Be'chol Lashon. Together we'll learn about this special Ethiopian holiday that celebrates Torah, Israel and community with Ethiopian music, dance, food, story, and other traditions! This event will be held indoor; masks are required for all including those who are vaccinated. Cosponsored by Be'chol Lashon.
Sigd - An ancient Jewish holiday, has been observed for centuries by the Beta Israel (Jewish Ethiopian) community Fifty days after Yom Kippur, we celebrate the Sigd.
Join us to learn more about the holiday with David Mihret, Director of the North American Conference on Ethiopian Jewry (NACOEJ)-Israel. Cosponsored by Bechol Lashon, UJA Federation NY, The Jewish Agency for Israel, Marlene Meyerson JCC.
The Epstein School in Atlanta, Georgia is hosting a four-day Sigd celebration, November 1st – 4th, so all its students will have an opportunity to learn and experience the meaning and traditions of Sigd. Cosponsored by Be'chol Lashon.
Be'chol Lashon's Rabbi Ruth Abusch- Magder will be on a panel of female-identifying faith leaders confront our assumptions about what it means to be a female leader in today’s Jewish community. Sponsored by the Jewish Women's Fund of Atlanta.
Join Be’chol Lashon for this unique celebration of our community’s diversity.
Cosponsored by 18Doors, Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, OneTable, PJ Library, Union for Reform Judaism, National Museum of American Jewish History, Reconstructing Judaism, Jewish Federations of North America, Keshet, and Avodah's Jews of Color Bayit.
Years after John L. Withers’ all-Black U.S. Army unit shelters two Jewish boys from Dachau and aided their physical and emotional recovery, his son searches for the roots behind this poignant story in his recent book "Balm in Gilead". More info here (https://hcdc.clubs.harvard.edu/article.html?aid=2101. Note: sign up with the free Be'chol Lashon link above, curtesy of the Harvard Club of Washington DC.
Make Shabbat a little sweeter with a dish that blends two iconic desserts – the traditional Mexican dessert of tres leches cake and the classic Eastern European babka. Cosponsored by SFJCC, Jewtina y Co. & Be'chol Lashon.
We have been co-hosting events celebrating Jewish diversity with community partners for over a decade. Please be in touch if you would like to partner with us for your event.