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PoC Cheshvan Well Circle

Hosted By: At The Well

This Cheshvan we welcome you to a Well Circle for those who identify as people of color. This is a PoC sacred space to connect, reflect, and set powerful intentions together.

At The Well Well Circles are inspired by the Jewish ritual of Rosh Chodesh – women gathering on each new moon to reflect, connect, and create intentions. For women, by women, this is a time for us to rise together.

This event is sliding scale payment.

*This event is for People of Color only. Feel free to invite friends who identify as people of color. Recommended for women-identifying people and non-binary bodies ages 18+ and beyond! At The Well is open to all bodies, regardless of a person’s race, class, ability, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

*Why is this event for people of color (POC) only? We know that many spaces in our society are overwhelmingly white, and sometimes a POC-only space can be an affirming and strengthening experience. White allies, thanks for understanding the need for this POC space. Have a question? Contact Lily@atthewellproject.com.

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Dammara Kovnats Hall

Dammara Kovnats Hall was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada) to an Ashkenazi mother and a Jamaican father. After finishing her first degree at the University of Winnipeg, she moved to New York City and completed another degree in Early Childhood Education and Jewish Studies at The City College of New York. Dammara then lived and studied in Israel for two years at the Pardes Institute of Jewish learning studying Talmud Torah where she completed a Masters in Jewish Education through Hebrew College. Currently, Dammara works full-time as a Jewish Studies teacher at Rodeph Sholom School where she strives to create exciting classroom communities that celebrate diversity and inclusion. She is also currently enrolled in the Institute of Culinary Education in a plant based health supportive track. She is also the founder of Jewish Cocktails, a kosher cocktail company that offers mixology classes and services (currently online). In her free time, she enjoys hosting Shabbat meals and riding motorcycles.
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Amy Albertson

Amy Albertson is a freelance digital marketer and content creator from California. While living in Israel for 6 years she created the brand the Asian Israeli where she discusses her mixed identity and experiences as a Chinese-American Jewish woman. Beyond her social media activity, Amy loves the beach, being a dog mom, and doing her best to make everyone laugh at all times. Follow her work in pro-Israel and Jewish diversity spaces on Instagram @TheAmyAlbertson
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At The Well

At The Well works to connect women around the world through transformative practices inspired by ancient Jewish wisdom.
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