Jewish Ethics and Global Citizenship

Join us to explore Jewish ethical teaching and its implications for our contemporary social, political and moral lives. Using curricular materials developed by the Jewish Theological Seminary, participants will have readings and videos for study at home. We will then come together to share our thoughts, ideas and understanding, with conversation led by a discussion leader.

Our hope is that the course will provide a valuable space to reflect, as Jews and as human beings, on the ethical challenges confronting us in our modern world.

Sponsored by the Progressive Kehillah of Beth Meyer

Winter/Spring sessions:

February 20: Is Teshuvah Possible? Rethinking Mass Incarceration in the United States (led by Dr. Jeff Land)

February 27: Modern Day Slavery and our Ethical Responsibility (led by Dr. Margarita Suarez)

March 6: The Ethics of Torture and Just War (led by Dr. Svi Shapiro)

February 20th, 2019 7:30 PM
Beth Meyer Synagogue
504 Newton Road
Raleigh, NC 27615
United States
Event Fee(s)
Fall Session (BMS member) $ 30.00
Spring Session (BMS member) $ 30.00
Both Sessions (BMS member) $ 50.00
Fall Session (non-member) $ 35.00
Spring Session (non-member) $ 35.00
Both Sessions (non-member) $ 60.00

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