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Brandeis University, Waltham
Our students look forward to coming to the Brandeis campus Sunday mornings to learn in a way designed for kids. We're more like summer camp than school. Our educators in the classroom, who are Brandeis students, put a fun twist on learning while fostering critical thinking, communication and leadership skills. Through art, music, and games, kids explore their Jewish values and Jewish identity, holiday celebrations, eco-Judaism, and Hebrew.
Genesis at Brandeis is a three-week pluralistic, academically focused Jewish learning and identity-building summer pre-college program for exceptional high school students (ages 15-18). Students engage in college-level learning, informal Jewish experiences and joyful Shabbat celebrations while making lifelong friends and living on a college campus.
Lappin Foundation
May 18, 7:30 pm
Dr. Samantha Vinokor-Meinrath (Courtesy photo)
Parents, grandparents and educators are invited to join Lappin Foundation and the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire for a program on how to talk to children about antisemitism. Dr. Samantha Vinokor-Meinrath, author of "#antisemitism: Coming of Age During the Resurgence of Hate," will offer suggestions and answer questions about how to talk to children about antisemitism. Additional resources will be provided.


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