Teen Shabbat: Exploring Race Through Poetry
  • Virtual 
  • Teens ages 14-18
  • Friday, January 15
  • 4:30 pm EST
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9th-12th graders, join us for a session examining poetry, learning about our identities, and learning about racial justice. Our virtual Shabbat gathering will feature a special guest, Youth Leadership Coordinator for Detroit's Insideout Literary Arts Project, Devin Samuels.  
Racial Justice Brunch & Learn with Congregation T'chiyah 
  • Virtual
  • Saturday, January 16
  • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
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Join Congregation T'chiyah, Detroit Jews for Justice, and Repair the World Detroit for a Shabbat morning of virtual study through the exploration of texts by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from a Jewish perspective. 
Third Annual MLK Interfaith Celebration

Join us for our Virtual Third Annual MLK Interfaith Celebration Building the Dream: Powered By The Legacy of Dr. King” in partnership with Second Baptist Church, Old St. Mary’s Church, and the Council on American Islamic Relations. We will be coming together in collaboration and commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and work.
We invite you to an afternoon filled with a virtual musical performance by the Renaissance High School Concert Choir, a word from community leader Jamon Jordan, and a deep-dive reflection on the social injustices, especially in the time of a global pandemic and the movement for racial justice. As we reflect and address our modern-day injustices, we encourage folks to work together to create a sustainable path towards active engagement, peace, and community collaboration.
Panel on Racial Justice: What Teens Can Do
  • Virtual
  • Monday, January 18, 2021
  • 1:00 - 2:00 pm EST
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Join J-Teen Leadership teens from Westchester County and teens from around the country to have an honest conversation honoring the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King on our MLK Day of Service. Moderated by Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, the panel will include professionals from Tzedek America, Etgar 36, and Jewish Youth for Community Action (JYCA).
With peace,

Tzedek Program Coordinators