What Ought to Be Shall Be : “ Carrying on Heschel ’ s Quest for Racial Justice ”
In summer of 2020 , America witnessed numerous instances of racial tension and related civil unrest . Issues of racial justice rose to greater consciousness , particularly among religious leaders , and with the help of Tamara Fish , AJR quickly pivoted our Retreat to tackle this issue head on .
Tamara is the co-founder of Khazbar and former president of the Jewish Multiracial Network ( JMN ).
A Jewish Preparation for the Work of Racial Justice Talking about Race in Our Communities • Rethinking Racial Justice Understanding the Roots of Racial and Economic Inequalities
A Panel Discussion : Counting all Jews and Implications for Jewish Communities
Ilana Kaufman Executive Director , Jews of Color Field Building Initiative
Marla Brettschneider Professor of Political Philosophy , University of New Hampshire
Eric Greene Associate Communications Director for Diversity and Campus Climate , UCLA