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How to Be Comfortable Having Uncomfortable Conversations

Hosted By: Park Avenue Synagogue

America is so split that trying to speak across the divide can feel impossible. Whether with friends, family, or your community, discussions about race, politics, or Israel can feel too contentious to begin. Explore how to remove the “heat” from these conversations, practice self-care throughout, and rethink what success looks like during a difficult conversation.

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Billy Planer

Billy Planer is the founder and Director of Etgar 36, which he developed after 20 years of leading synagogue youth programs and educating young people. He has led numerous trips around America and abroad. Planer graduated with a degree in Psychology and Advertising from Syracuse University and received a Masters in Counseling from the School of Education at Georgia State University.
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Park Avenue Synagogue

Through spirited prayer, study, observance and acts of kindness we aspire to foster deep connections with each other, our Torah, our God, the people and State of Israel and our shared humanity. In practicing a Judaism filled with love, literacy, reverence, compassion, and joy, we strive to make our ancient tradition compelling and welcoming to contemporary Jewry and to serve as a light unto our fellow Jews and the nations.
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