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Racial Justice Resources

Congregation Beth Chaim is committed to becoming an explicitly antiracist organization, treating every day as an opportunity to live our values on racial justice through reflection, education, and action. 

Beth Chaim has convened a Racial Justice Task Force to coordinate its efforts to be an antiracist institution and foster deeper understanding around issues of race and racial equity. If you would like to join this group of congregants in working to promote racial justice, contact Rabbi Blum at rabbiblum@bethchaim.org for more details.

For a complete list of Racial Justice Events, CLICK HERE.

Below is a list of the URJ’s REDI (Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion) trainings and programs that are coming up. To read more about each individual training, click on the hyperlink. *Please note that these trainings will not be recorded.* If you previously attended any of these programs, you are welcome to attend as a refresher. Please do share the information below with anyone else in your community that may be interested in attending!  The following trainings are all in support of the Every Voice, Every Vote Campaign.

  • Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) Working Group Training Series: Sessions 1-4 Wednesdays: July 27, 3:30-5pm ET, August 3, 3:30-5pm ET, August 10, 3:30-5pm ET, and August 17, 3:30-5pm ET
    Please join us for the upcoming training series, "Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) Working Group Training Series: 4-part series," starting on July 27th from 3:30-5pm ET.  This series will provide you with the opportunity to learn how to create a REDI Working Group focused on utilizing the URJ Congregational (or CAMP) Assessment, so that you can identify both short and long term goals and establish action plans towards creating an inclusive community for individuals and families from a wide range of marginalized backgrounds.  Our co-facilitators for this series will be Rachel Hall (she/her), Jill Housen (she/her), and Michael Davis (he/him). 
    Click HERE to learn more & to register today!

 Beth Chaim members are welcome at all events.  We will be attending the following event on October 16, 2022 at 12 noon.

 

  

 

 

 

Resources

The Beth Chaim Racial Justice Task Force has compiled a living document of articles, videos, podcasts, and more to support your own learning, reflection, and action around racial justice.

Have other resources to recommend?
Email bethchaimrj@gmail.com.

World Map of Recipes 

The festival of Shavuot celebrates the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai.  Many Jews prepare and eat dairy foods – often cheesecake or blintzes – on Shavuot as a reminder of the sweetness of Torah, and also as a reminder that the Torah calls the land of Israel a land “flowing with milk and honey” (Exodus 3:8). Often families gather together on the holiday to enjoy a meal that features such dishes.  Click here for Shavuot recipes.  

Use the World Map for Recipes below, or Click here to open in a separate window.

​To Search for Recipes, Click on the Magnifying Glass icon in top right corner.

Fri, December 2 2022 8 Kislev 5783