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Reimagining Criminal Justice, Policing and Security in Jewish Communities

  • December 13 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Remote Access Only

As we spend this shemita (Sabbatical) year imagining new possibilities for our society’s entrenched challenges, we are exploring such questions as: What does a truly safe, and truly just, society look like? What courageous conversations are needed to untangle and re-envision the interrelated topics of criminal justice reform, policing, and security?

The third event in the series will explore these issues and their impact in Jewish communities. How can synagogues and other Jewish institutions best protect their members from possible antisemitic attacks, and create an environment where everyone feels safe and secure? Join Lyndsey Newman (B’chol Lashon, and Not Free to Desist), Terry Byrne (Jewish Community Relations Council of NY) for a timely conversation moderated by Rabbi Jill Jacobs.

This lecture is part of a series. You can find more information about the first session and the second session on our website.

Venue

Remote Access Only
NY United States

Organizer

B’nai Jeshurun
Phone:
(212) 787-7600
Email:
info@bj.org
View Organizer Website