Juneteenth Through the Eyes of Jews of Color

June 17, 2021, 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Juneteenth is a modern holiday marking the date confirming the freedom of the last remaining enslaved people in the South.

Join the Tzedek Intiative at Congregation Agudath Israel and the JTS Hendel Center for Ethics and Justice, for a conversation with Dr. Tameiika Minor, Assistant Professor, Rutgers University and Member, Congregation Beth El, Voorhees, N.J.; Kendell Pinkney, JTS Rabbinical student, theater maker; Rafi Forbush, National USY JOCISM Cohort Leader, You Director at Beth Jacob Congregation, St. Paul, MN; Heather Miller, President, Flatbush Jewish Center , Brooklyn, NY, Assistant Principal, New York City Public Schools.

Moderator: Rabbi Ari Lucas, Congregation Agudath Israel, Caldwell, New Jersey
Introductory Remarks by Ruth Messinger, Finkelstein Fellow, JTS Hendel Center

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