Antisemitism—its rise in prevalence and heightened anxiety around how it impacts the Jewish community—is keeping many of us up at night. When it comes to how it affects our teens, we may not know what to do or say, or even how to start the conversation.
Join Moving Traditions for an opportunity to look at antisemitism through the lens of supporting teens in the ways they need it most: personal wellbeing (shleimut), caring relationships (hesed), and a Jewish and feminist vision of equity and justice (tzedek).
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