Beyond Welcoming: Addressing Racism, Homophobia, Ableism, & More in our Communities (REDI 101) - June 1, 3-4:30PM ET

You are invited to attend Beyond Welcoming: Addressing Racism, Homophobia, Ableism, & More in our Communities (REDI 101), brought to you by the Union for Reform Judaism’s Racial Equity Diversity & Inclusion (REDI) team.

This session will help participants start building stronger communities and transform the ways in which you can create meaningful Jewish experiences for people of all backgrounds. Note: This will be a level-setting REDI session, which will provide information and resources to learn more about REDI practices that you can incorporate into your communities. Our co-facilitators for this session will be Yolanda Savage-Narva (she/her) and Rachel Hall (she/her).

We encourage you to share this registration far and wide with your networks, as the information shared in this training is applicable in all spaces and communities.

This is a 90-minute live session and with the goal of creating a brave and vulnerable space, will not be recorded.

Once you complete the registration, you will receive a confirmation e-mail including the Zoom link. If you have any questions, please contact Aliza Greenberg at agreenberg@urj.org.   

 

This event is part of the Every Voice, Every Vote Campaign.