JCRC’s Virtual Community Conversations on racial equity

In conjunction with the Dayton YWCA’s 21-Day Racial Equity & Social Justice Challenge, the Jewish Community Relations Council has launched a series of virtual Community Conversations, Fridays from noon to 1 p.m. in June and July.

June 26: Why the 21-Day Challenge for Racial Equity and Social Change?
With YWCA Grants and Advocacy Manager Sarah Wolf-Knight and Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton JCRC Director Marcy L. Paul


July 10: A Jewish Perspective on Racial Equity and Social Change
Facilitated by University of Dayton Associate Professor of Musicology Samuel J. Dorf

Panelists: Rabbi Leibel Agar, Beth Jacob Congregation; Rabbi Karen Bodney-Halasz, Temple Israel; Rabbi Judy Chessin, Temple Beth Or; Rabbi Joshua Ginsberg, Beth Abraham Synagogue


July 31: Hearing ‘Real’ and Acting Together
Facilitated by The Roberts Family

With JCRC Director Marcy L. Paul and JCRC Action Committee Chair Marti Moody Jacobs


To register for the above sessions, click on their titles.

Register to take the YWCA’s 21-Day Racial Equity & Social Justice Challenge here.


To read the complete July 2020 Dayton Jewish Observer, click here.

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