Anti-Semitism Workshop

  • Sunday, May 07, 2017
  • 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • T.B.D.


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Living authentically in Trump’s America:  Who do you want to be?  How do you get there?

In the past several months we have witnessed an increased prevalence of anti-Semitic acts and re-wakened our community’s collective memory of historical trauma. At the same time, we have witnessed other groups targeted with even more animosity, resulting in distress and disruption to our neighbors and communities.  How do you want to respond to our current climate?  How do you connect to your most cherished values in threatening and disorienting moments? 

In this interdisciplinary and highly experiential workshop, two clinical psychologists, Jonathan Kanter and Dan Rosen, will be joined by Rabbi Rachel Nussbaum and historian Noam Pianko. The workshop will thread together our past, our present, our Jewish identities and cherished values, and cutting edge research on how to overcome psychological obstacles that may threaten our endeavors to act authentically as our best selves in response to personal and communal incidents of anti-Semitism, racism, and oppression. 

Brunch will be provided.

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