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Family History Writing Workshop

Hosted By: Temple Israel of Boston

Join award-winning author, photographer and audio producer Rachael Cerrotti for a 3-session course all about personal storytelling. The classes will be a combination of inspiration, conversation, and writing with a goal of participants leaving each session feeling like they have made progress in documenting a family story.

For those who like to write, we will write. For those who like to use photographs, pictures will be present. And for those who are interested in other multimedia approaches to telling stories, that will be found here too! Together we will explore all the different ways to document our personal histories and preserve memories for the next generation.

Dates: January 23, February 6, and February 20. The fee includes all sessions.

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Rachael Cerrotti

Rachael Cerrotti is an award-winning author, photographer, educator and audio producer. Her work explores the intergenerational impact of war and the inheritance of memory. She is currently the Inaugural Storyteller in Residence for USC Shoah Foundation where she produces and co-hosts The Memory Generation podcast. Rachael’s work has been published and featured by NPR, PRI’s The World, WBUR, GBH, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, People Magazine, BBC, The Times of Israel and various other publications. In 2017, Rachael was the subject of an award-winning multimedia series produced by WBUR, Boston’s NPR station, titled Beyond Sides of History.
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Temple Israel of Boston

The Center for Adult Jewish Learning at Temple Israel of Boston offers diverse classes and community events, open to all.
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