Sunday Scholar Breakfast
Sunday Morning Breakfast
February 26, 2017 at 9:00am
with Rebecca Rejtman Bennett
Free Admission. Light Breakfast will be served. For more information, call #904-262-3565
Lessons from the Holocaust: Standing up to Anti-Semitism and Hate Today - Join in a community breakfast where human and civil rights advocate, Rebecca Rejtman Bennett, will highlight practical tools and resources to empower individuals and communities to stand up to modern forms of anti-Semitism and hate.
Rebecca is the Program Chair for the Museum of Science and History (MOSH) Voices of Hope Initiative, which was anchored and inspired by the recent visiting exhibit, Anne Frank: A History for Today. She helped develop and implement over 40 collaborative community programs, exhibits and performances that promote productive discussions to address prejudice and discrimination during the Holocaust and today. Rebecca is also a Strategic Advisor for Program Development and Community Engagement with OneJax where she advocates, creates and manages efforts that promote diversity and inclusion. She facilitates and consults with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on programs to address Anti-Semitism and discrimination with communities and schools. Rebecca has also worked with the United States Senate, the United Nations and international and national organizations on issues of foreign and domestic policy.
Etz Chaim Synaplex
March 4, 2017 at
Triumph of the Spirit
The late Mirrer Rosh HaYeshiva zt" was beloved by thousands and a new inspiring film has just been released in his memory. The film gives audiences a glimpse into the life of the Rosh HaYeshiva zt"l as shared by Rabbonim, Talmidim, and others including Rav Finkel zt"l himself.