Antisemitism & Teen Wellbeing
wed15feb8:00 pmwed9:30 pmAntisemitism & Teen Wellbeing
(Wednesday) 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Virtual on Zoom
Antisemitism – its rise in prevalence and heightened anxiety around how it impacts the Jewish community – is keeping many of us up at night. When it comes to how
Antisemitism – its rise in prevalence and heightened anxiety around how it impacts the Jewish community – is keeping many of us up at night. When it comes to how it affects our teens, we may not know what to do or say, or even how to start the conversation.
Join Moving Traditions on February 15 at 8pm ET / 5pm PT for Antisemitism & Teen Wellbeing. In this free webinar for parents and educators of Jewish youth, we will look at antisemitism through the lens of supporting teens in the ways they need it most: personal wellbeing (shleimut), caring relationships (hesed), and a Jewish and feminist vision of equity and justice (tzedek).
This important conversation will feature a panel of experts representing different perspectives, including:
– Rabbi Diana Fersko, Senior Rabbi of The Village Temple in Manhattan and author of “We Need to Talk About Antisemitism”
– Oren Jacobson, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Project Shema
– Jennifer Anolik, Director of the Meyer-Gottesman Kol Koleinu Teen Feminist Fellowship
– Beckee Birger, Director of Kumi: An Anti-Oppression Teen Leadership Experience
Register and learn more: www.MovingTraditions.org/RaisingUpTeens