Literary Fair

Date: November 11, 2018
Time: 9:30 am - 11:30 am

Discussing Social Justice: Its Challenges and A Book

Marc Dollinger, Ph.D. is the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Chair in Jewish Studies and Social Responsibility at San Francisco State University. Dr. Dollinger is a nationally respected American Jewish historian, a social activist, and a life-long, committed Reform Jew. He will be looking at Jewish Social Justice from a critical, yet fond, academic perspective. On Shabbat, Dr. Dollinger will speak of social justice in general. On Sunday, he will address his brand-new book on Black and Jewish relations.  This Scholar-In-Residence weekend is underwritten by the Rabbi Morris Lieberman Memorial Lectureship Fund. Sunday morning’s breakfast is provided by the BHC Brotherhood. Join us for two wonderful learning opportunities:

Saturday November 10, 10 am 

“The Challenges of Tikkun Olam: Jews, Power, & Privilege”

Dr. Dollinger will speak during the Shabbat Shelanu service.

Sunday November 11, 9:30 am 

“Black Power, Jewish Politics: Reinventing the Alliance of the 1960s”

Dr. Dollinger will discuss his most recent book, during the Brotherhood Breakfast, as part of the Baltimore Festival of Jewish Literature (festivalofjewishliterature.org).

RSVP: baltimorehebrew.org/breakfast

Books will be available for sale the day of and also in the gift shop leading up to the event.

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