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HUC Connect: Judaism & Civil Society

Hosted By: Hebrew Union College

Probe the pressing concerns of our civic life today, including race and identity, elections, prison reform, and religious voices on social justice issues in Judaism & Civil Society.

Daniel Weinstock, Ph.D., Director, McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy; Katherine A. Pearson Chair in Civil Society and Public Policy in the Faculties of Law and of Arts, McGill University
Rabbi Dvora E. Weisberg, Rabbi Aaron D. Panken Professor of Rabbinics; Director, School of Rabbinical Studies, HUC
Andrew Rehfeld, Ph.D., HUC President, Moderator

Children and the Right to Vote

How does Judaism view the role of children’s authority in communal life and how does age affect political judgment? Discover how political thought intersects with Judaism’s rich textual tradition about the points at which children are deemed responsible for their actions and competent to make decision and commitments that require mature intent and awareness.

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