- time Eastern Time
- location Private Residence in Cambridge
- cost $80. Financial assistance available upon request
- organizer Open Circle Social Action
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We often hear about immigrants’ rights, gun violence prevention, gender rights, and housing on the national level. But what about the local level? What Massachusetts laws address these issues? Join JALSA (the Jewish Alliance for Legal and Social Action) for an Open Circle Social Action Class in which we’ll look at local Massachusetts legislation through a Jewish lens. Led by JALSA’s Director of Communications Rachael Dubinsky and Program & Outreach Coordinator David Albright, this class will help us to see what Jewish tradition offers in understanding local legislation and inspire us to take Jewishly-inspired action to make our voices heard in the legislative process.
- When: Thursdays. 7-9 p.m., May 30-June 27, as well as Friday, June 28 for a Shabbat experience
- Where: Private Residence in Cambridge
- Fee: $80. Financial assistance available upon request
- Instructors: Rachael Dubinsky and David Albright
This class is organized by Open Circle Social Action, a Hebrew College adult learning program supported by CJP.