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No Tish for 4/27 due to Passover

SAJ Social Hall and Zoom 15 West 86th Street, New York, NY, United States

No Tish for 4/27 due to Passover. See you next week.

Voices of the Hostages: How my views about Israel have evolved during and after my volunteering in Israel, presented by Dr. Phyllis Palm (Multi-access Tish)

SAJ Social Hall and Zoom 15 West 86th Street, New York, NY, United States

Voices of the Hostages: How my views about Israel have evolved during and after my volunteering in Israel, presented by Dr. Phyllis Palm Phyllis will explain the transformation that took place based on her experience visiting at Hostage Square in Israel during which she spoke with several relatives of people who had been taken hostage…

Reclaiming ourselves, inspired by Ezra Klein: Jon Grabelle Herrmann reflects on Sabbath and Burn-Out (Multi-access Tish)

SAJ Social Hall and Zoom 15 West 86th Street, New York, NY, United States

Reclaiming ourselves, inspired by Ezra Klein: Jon Grabelle Herrmann reflects on Sabbath and Burn-Out On the day of his child Nadiv's B Mitzvah, Jon brings to SAJ the all-too-relevant journey of his "other rabbi" and our new NYC neighbor, NY Times columnist Ezra Klein. How does a parent, a husband, and a professional manage through…

The Life and Legacy of Henrietta Szold (1860-1945) presented by Diane Cole (Multi-access Tish)

SAJ Social Hall and Zoom 15 West 86th Street, New York, NY, United States

The Life and Legacy of Henrietta Szold (1860-1945) presented by Diane Cole. Henrietta Szold is best known for founding Hadassah in 1912 and devoting the rest of her life to building the health and social welfare infrastructure of a land that she hoped Jews and Arabs alike could call home. But that is only the…

Creating Your Own Midrash: An exploration of how to make the bible both personal and creative, presented by Eden Stevenson. (Multi-access Tish)

SAJ Social Hall and Zoom 15 West 86th Street, New York, NY, United States

Creating your own midrash: An exploration of how to make the bible both personal and creative, presented by Eden Stevenson. Edin will show examples of how she uses characters derived from the Bible and pulled from her life to create art and midrash. —- Multi-access Tishes are held at 9:00 a.m. ET on Shabbat in…

Book Bans: A report from the front lines of the fight against book banning in America presented by Lynn Oberlander (Multi-access Tish)

SAJ Social Hall and Zoom 15 West 86th Street, New York, NY, United States

Book Bans: A report from the front lines of the fight against book banning in America. Lynn Oberlander, lead counsel in a first-of-its-kind challenge to book bans in Escambia County, Florida, will discuss the suit, brought on behalf of Penguin Random House, PEN America, several authors and parents and what’s going on across the country…

The Immense Stakes of the 2024 Election, Presented by Ruth Messinger (Multi-access Tish)

SAJ Social Hall and Zoom 15 West 86th Street, New York, NY, United States

The Immense Stakes of the 2024 Election, presented by Ruth Messinger Ruth will explain the history of elections, the recent furor over election rules, the challenge of enacting and enforcing voting rights and the ways people can and are participating to encourage voter turnout. She will also cover how the changes that could ensue based…

Why Hasidism is Important to Me, presented by Rabbi Michael Strassfeld and Dan Woods (Multi-access Tish)

SAJ Social Hall and Zoom 15 West 86th Street, New York, NY, United States

Why Hasidism is Important to Me, presented by Rabbi Michael Strassfeld and Dan Woods Rabbi Michael has had a life-time interest in Hasidism and references it often in his teaching. In this Tish, Dan Woods will interview Rabbi Michael about why he finds Hasidism so compelling in his journey as a modern, Reconstructionist Jew. Dan…

The Forgotten History of the Exceptional Jewish Women Pianists and Their Legacy, from the 18th-century On, Presented by Diane Cole. (Multi-access tish)

SAJ Social Hall and Zoom 15 West 86th Street, New York, NY, United States

The Forgotten History of the Exceptional Jewish Women Pianists and Their Legacy, from the 18th-century On, Presented by Diane Cole. From 18th through 20th centuries, these stellar but today lesser known musicians from across Europe and USA include: Sara Levy and her great niece Fanny Mendelssohn, Maria Szymanowska (whose musical network included just about everybody),…

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