At Temple Beth Am, we have been discussing a need to better understand our neighbors. We recognize the necessity of talking with our neighbors, to learn about their lives and beliefs as we hope to share more about ours.
What if we knew our neighbors better?
Could we create a community that is more understanding, kind, cohesive, and supportive?
Let’s undo the bias through education.
We have launched an initiative called unBIASed focuses on all kinds of misunderstandings that we have about each other including antisemitism, racism, anti-LGBTQ+, and more.
Break the Bias
Please join us for Break the Bias, a meaningful and important panel discussion to kick-off Temple Beth Am’s unBIASed Initiative.
Featuring speakers ranging from high-school to adults, the panel includes representation of backgrounds, ethnicities, faiths, ages, and genders.