Keep the Conversations Going
Here are some ways that you can support racial awareness and justice:
Educate yourself, your children, and other people in your life -
Use your voice and your platform to raise awareness
Donate to local grassroots organizations that are advocating for racial justice
Support Black-owned businesses
The fight for racial justice is an ongoing struggle. We must remember that efforts must be continuous in order for us to achieve the change that's needed. Racial injustice isn't just an issue for Black and African American people, it's a human rights issue that requires everyone to listen, learn, and help prevent. (Hillel International, 2020).
The Jewish Federation of Tulsa presents: "From Heil Hitler to a Kippah and Tefillin: The Neo-Nazi who Became a Jew - The Amazing Story of Yonatan Langer." Sunday, July 19th at 2 pm (via Zoom)
Nancy Pettus, Director of Holocaust Education, and Liat Gal, would like to invite you to join them for a Zoom presentation with Yonatan Langer. Yonatan will tell of his transformational journey of redemption, leaving behind his Neo-Nazi affiliations to embrace Judaism in his life.
Our program will include an introduction by Angela Taubman, president of the Jewish Federation of Tulsa, Yonatan’s story, a conversation with Yonatan and Alice Blue, child of Holocaust survivors, and a Q & A facilitated by Nancy Pettus and Liat.
Please join this for this incredible story of how love can conquer hate.
Zoom link: 482 958 6747
The Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City presents: "A Conversation with Jewish Leaders of Color." Thursday, August 6th at 7 pm (via Zoom)
Join the Jewish Federation and their community partners for this incredible opportunity to hear from two Jews of Color working towards social justice.
Register via this link.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City presents: "Comedy During Adversity with Benji Lovitt" on Tuesday, August 11 at 7 pm.
Via live stream from the Jewish Federation's Facebook page.
As we continue to adjust to the challenges of COVID-19 and our ever-changing world, what doesn't change is our need for joy, laughter, and community.