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Shalom Hartman Institute: Yossi Klein Halevi Lecture

Temple Israel 5725 Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI

The Shalom Hartman will be hosting Yossi Klein Halevi for a public lecture, “What Israel’s Elections Tells Us About the State of the State at 75,” on November 21st, 2022 at 6:45pm. This program is presented in partnership with Temple Israel, with support from the JCRC/AJC, JCC (JLearn, Seminars for Adult Jewish Enrichment) and Jewish Federation […]

Free

UJF Executive Committee Meeting

Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit 6735 Telegraph Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI

UJF Executive Committee Meeting

Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies Fall Symposium: “Mizrahi Studies at the Intersection: Rewriting Body, Language, and Cultural Memory”

Rackham Conference Rooms 915 E. Washington St, Ann Arbor, MI

As an interdisciplinary formation, the field of Mizrahi Studies has generated engaged scholarship that questions the ready-made paradigms of knowledge production. A critical strain has been key to shaping a cross-border Mizrahi epistemology, performed in conversation with multiple fields such as ethnic and race studies, gender studies, cultural studies, and post/colonial studies. Yet the intellectual […]

Free
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Postpartum Support Group

Nature's Playhouse 703 Livernois Street, Ferndale, MI

Join Jewish Family Service as Rina Hennes Sabes, LMSW and Julia Cohen, LMSW, PMH-C as they facilitate this free support group for new moms with babies 0-12 months to come together to share their experiences, give and receive support, and learn about helpful tools and resources for postpartum wellness. Topics include: stress, adjustment to parenting, […]

Free

“’You Owe Your Children a Jewish Education’: A History of Day Schools in Detroit”

Virtual

For almost as long as there have been Jewish children in Detroit, there have been Jewish day schools. Spanning Temple Beth El (1850s) to Frankel Jewish Academy (2000), this talk considers the rich range of offerings for a Jewish education, including Yeshiva Beth Yehuda (which began as an after-school program in 1914), United Hebrew Schools […]

LGBTQ+ and Suicide Prevention

Virtual

Join Jewish Family Service for a training geared to teens and allies on supporting an LGBTQ+ peer with mental health challenges and assessing for suicidal ideation. This session will cover: --A five-step action plan from Youth Mental Health First Aid Training --Warning signs and risk factors --Considering culture and building trust with peers --Practicing difficult […]

Free