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Remembering The Past: Redeeming The Future

Hosted By: Matan - Women's Institute for Jewish Studies

Until now, the survivors gave voice to the unspeakable. As that generation slowly leave us, they pass the imperative and responsibility of remembrance onto the next generation whose task it is to find words to fill the void. Join Matan and Rabbi Yitz and Blu Greenberg as we explore varying innovative expressions of remembrance as a way of marking a vision for Holocaust remembrance in the future.

This event will take place at 1:00 pm Eastern/8:00 pm Israel Time

Speakers will include:

Rabbi Yitz Greenberg, Tanya White, Marty Herskovitz, Rabbanit Malke Bina, Blu Greenbreg, Rabbi Dani Segal and Dr. Yosefa (Fogel) Wruble 

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Matan - Women's Institute for Jewish Studies

Matan Women's Institute for Jewish Studies has been at the cutting edge of Torah learning for women since it was established in 1988. What began as a small group studying around a dining room table with Rabbanit Malke Bina, has developed into a dynamic, broad based institute with branches all around Israel, intensive Beit Midrash programs and a wide array of innovative and challenging learning opportunities for women of all ages and from all backgrounds. We are inspiring generations of women through multifaceted transformative Jewish study growing women Torah scholars and leaders.
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