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Understanding Antisemitism and Harnessing Your Voice to Confront It

Hosted By: Temple Emanu-El, Haverhill MA

In this workshop, Rabbi Rachel Isaacs, professor of Jewish Studies at Colby College and spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation in Waterville, Maine, will discuss the historical roots and contemporary manifestations of antisemitism. Rabbi Isaacs will draw upon her experience as an advocate on campuses and in other settings to present strategies for facing the antisemitism that we all might encounter in our day-to-day lives, working with participants on how to effectively refine and direct one’s personal narrative to confront and address antisemitism in our communities.

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Temple Emanu-El, Haverhill MA

Temple Emanu-El is a dynamic Reform congregation with a traditional, yet creative orientation serving a community of diverse needs and backgrounds. Since 1937, members of the Jewish community of Greater Haverhill, the Merrimack Valley, and southern New Hampshire have joined together to express our Jewish identities through worship, education, social action, and friendship. As a congregation, we foster a deep commitment to a Jewish way of life and to the future of our community.
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