Women’s Torah Study

Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Adult Reading Room, RAMBAM Center

Contact: Genia Neuhaus, gn.neume@gmail.com, 305.458.2165

Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am is committed to advocating for Social Justice. This year the Women’s Torah Study Program provides a platform for addressing issues that affect our lives in an increasingly complex world. Join us to study and discuss portions of the Tanakh for guidance and inspiration, learning and conversation.

 “Urgency of Now” Women's Torah Study

“Jewish Teachings on Criminal Justice:
The Pursuit of a Just Society”

Guest Teacher:  Rabbi Jaime Aklepi

Thursday, May 17th, 7:00 pm
Adult Reading Room

In the Torah, Jews are taught to accept others without prejudice or bias and to advance justice for all people equally. Come learn with Rabbi Aklepi about how our sacred texts and traditions address justice and mercy. Join the conversation on how we can make a difference.

The Criminal Justice Reform Campaign of the Religious Action Center (RAC) of Reform Judaism pursues the vision for racial justice by working to end mass incarceration and racial disparities in our criminal justice system.

RSVP to sisterhood@tbam.org Questions? Genia Neuhaus, gn.neume@gmail.com, 305.458.2165

Women’s Torah Study is sponsored by Sisterhood four times a year — in November, January, March and May. This year the program is providing a platform for the Urgency of Now Initiative on social justice priorities set out by the RAC (Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism).

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