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June 2021

AJC Virtual Global Forum 2021

June 6 - June 9

The AJC Virtual Global Forum is back and will take place from June 6-9, 2021! This four-day online event will feature a historic opening plenary, conversations with world leaders, spirited debates, and the high-level content you have come to expect at an AJC Global Forum. Together, we will discuss, debate, and advocate on critical issues, including: Restoring and renewing a deeply divided America Promoting Israel’s place in a reimagined Middle East Combating rising antisemitism and other forms of hate The…

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Chagall and the Bible

June 8 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Judaism & Culture

Jean Bloch Rosensaft, Director, Dr. Bernard Heller Museum, HUC/New York Discover how memories of his youth in Vitebsk, the Russian Revolution, his 1931 visit to Palestine, the Holocaust, his personal religiosity, and his admiration for the old masters, informed his imagination to create uniquely modern visual interpretations of the core text of the Jewish people.

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Not the Same as White: Latinx Students Talk About Jewish Schooling

June 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Erik Ludwig, Ph.D., Director, Zelikow School of Jewish Nonprofit Management, HUC/Los Angeles Sasha Dominguez ‘20, Executive Director and Founder of Kol Connection Why does race matter? Explore how colorblindness and perceptions of caring inform the way we think about community. Building on the narratives of Latinx students in Jewish schools, these experts take a bold stance on how intersectionality operates and why we should embrace it.

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The Virgin Mary in Christian Art with Abby Schwartz

June 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The Virgin Mary has been an inspiration to more people than any other woman who ever lived. Yet, there are shockingly few primary sources of information about Mary. So how can we account for how she is depicted throughout the history of art? Join Skirball Museum director Abby Schwartz on June 10th at 7pm ET for an art historical journey! Click Here to Register!

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Race Unity Week

June 13 - June 20

Sunday, June 13, 2:00-4:00 pm Unity in Diversity Gatherings - Locations TBD Fun-filled and uplifting multifaith/multicultural Interconnected gatherings in Columbus, Akron, and Dayton Wednesday, June 16, 3:00 pm The Importance and History of the Underground Railroad An educational program presented by Rev. Dr. Jack Sullivan, Jr. D. Min., Executive Director, The Ohio Council of Churches Saturday, June 19, times below The Significance of Juneteenth — Then (1865) until Now (2021) Reflections on Freedom since Emancipation, an educational program presented by…

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A Jewish Grand Tour: Should ‘Travel’ Become the Jewish Practice of Our Age?

June 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Jeremy Leigh, Coordinator, Richard J. Scheuer Israel Seminar, HUC/Jerusalem Despite having let go of the idea of pilgrimage over two thousand years ago, should traveling to sites of Jewish significance – in Europe and Israel – enter our practice as a way embedding connections across time and space? Are there, or could there be, a 'canon of places'? And by extension, is there is a 'canon of questions' to discuss when we get there?

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World Refugee Day Prayer Service

June 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join people here in Greater Cincinnati - and folks around the world - to celebrate the beautiful gifts refugees bring to our community and the critical work being done by people of faith to stand in solidarity with refugees. World Refugee Day falls each year on June 20 and celebrates the strength and courage of people who have been forced to flee their home country to escape conflict or persecution. World Refugee Day is an occasion to build empathy and…

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Black Power/Jewish Politics

June 22 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Marc Dollinger, Ph.D., Richard and Rhoda Goldman Chair, Social Responsibility, San Francisco State University Andrew Rehfeld, Ph.D., HUC President; Moderator Was the Jewish ethnic and religious revival of the late 1960s and 1970s inspired from the Black Power movement itself? Join this session to gain a very different understanding of a Black-Jewish alliance.

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Faith Perspectives on Racial Justice

June 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Panelists: Rev. Dr. Todd Anderson, Superintendent, West Ohio Conference, United Methodist Church Dr. Raj K. Bhatnagar, Member, Hindu Society of Cincinnati Pastor Henry Zorn, Pastor, Lutheran Church of the Resurrection Baktavar F. Desai - Co-Convener, Zoroastrian Association of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana Deborah Clark Vance, Ph.D., Member of A Mighty Stream Program Committee, Member of the Cincinnati Baha'i Community Click Here to Register

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Faith for Earth: A Call for Action

June 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Faith for Earth: A Call for Action is a document written by the UN Environment program and the World Parliament of Religions. It highlights what all major religious traditions say about care for creation and calls for a moral voice to enter the dialog about climate change. It opens a pathway for collaboration among all religious traditions to work together for the common good of all who call Planet Earth home.

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