REDISCOVERING OUR RADICAL ROOTS #4 w/ Hershl Hartman (3/7)

Sunday, March 7 @ 2-3:30 p.m. (PT) The most significant concepts, movements and events in modern Jewish history arose from the radical idea that Jews are not basically a faith community but, variously, a nation, a national minority or an ethnic group. This session will focus on the historical contributions of radical Jewish women.

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The Sholem Community is a secular and progressive Jewish educational, cultural, and social institution. Our Sunday school teaches Jewish history, culture, and ethics. We offer a secular bar/bat mitzvah program and observances of Jewish holidays.

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