eLimmud2 on 25 October from 17:00 to 21:00 is just around the corner and we have an incredible smorgasbord of presenters and topics on the table.
Here are just a few examples to whet your appetite:
Saul Berman, a New York Rabbi, arrested twice during Civil Rights efforts in Selma, Alabama in 1965, will talk about what Jews today can learn from those events.
California-raised-Jerusalemite storyteller Sarah Tuttle-Singer will speak about her love-affair with Jerusalem’s old city and her time living in all four of its quarters.
Dennis Davis will explore Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s record as a litigator and what makes a great judge.
Community leader, Ann Harris, and her son, Michael Harris, a London-based Rabbi, on their inside story into the Rabbinate, based on their many years of experience in a variety of rabbinic family roles.
One of the world’s preeminent authorities on Jewish thought and spirituality, Arthur Green takes a look at mystical and Hasidic teachings and their relevance in today’s world.
Join Dani Hovsha, Gabi Steiner and Sonja Woolf in an urgent conversation about anger, confronting Gender-Based Violence, the Jewish community, and change.
Award-winning author of East West Street Philippe Sands will talk about his new book The Ratline, the fascinating story of Nazi fugitive Otto von Wachter and his wife, and their efforts to escape justice after the war.
Plus a special focus on the US Elections and US society with Dov Waxman looking at Israel, American Jews and the 2020 US Presidential Election, John Matisonn exploring what this election means for the US & the world, and Portland performer Alicia Jo Rabins previewing her film-A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff.
25 October 2020
17:00 – 21:00
It’s time to book for eLimmud2
We’re excited to announced that bookings for eLimmud2 on 25 October 2020 is now open!
Our first online Limmud event in May was such a great success that we’re bringing you more. We’ll be announcing our phenomenal line up of presentersand topics next week so keep a look out for updates.
Looking forward to seeing you online from 17:00 – 21:00 on 25th October 2020.
In preparation for Shavuot, we’re excited to share some writings from some of our world-class presenters:
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