Judaism and Feminism w. Hadar Cohen
August 16, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Judaism and Feminism – August 16th
About Judaism and Isms Summer Series
Judaism & Isms is an ongoing summer workshop series designed to explore the intersection of Judaism and a diversity of other identities we hold. Each class will focus on a particular topic – gender, race & justice, and feminism – and include text-based study, small-group discussion and lecture. Facilitated by community leaders and scholars Jhos Singer, Ilana Kaufman and Hadar Cohen, this three-part summer series will explore topics in gender, race and feminism, respectively.
The courses will take place in our yurt on the farm, providing intimate space for participants diving into these rich topics. The class will be preceded by a half hour community vegetarian potluck, please bring a dish with you. We are limiting the number of participants to the class so register early to secure your spot, $15 – 25 sliding scale admission, discounted price of $30 if you register for all three classes.
Occurring on the Third Thursday of each month
6:30 potluck | 7:00 – 8:30 class
Accessibility Notes: This event will be held in our ADA accessible, heated yurt. We have one accessible parking spot in our lot, however please leave time to find street parking if needed, as our lot fills up quickly. If you anticipate needing special assistance, please email email@example.com. We would be happy to assist you. FM receivers are also available for those hard of hearing.