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Villagers wrestle with preserving their traditional culture or adapting it to the modern-day call for individual freedom.
View event Join Rabbi Judy Schindler in this learning experience: What does the Bible say about identity and diversity, inclusion and exclusion, power and privilege, rights and responsibilities, exile and home?
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This event is like getting to go on a bunch of 5-minute "mini dates" in 1 night so you can quickly see who you have mutual interest in seeing again for "second dates!
An expert of African American cultural and intellectual history, Martin explores particular moments where and specific ways in which the Modern Civil Rights and Black Power Movements converge and diverge.