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Saturday, June 29 • 6:45pm - 7:45pm
Conflict Brings Tikkun: Restorative/Transformative Justice and Teshuva

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When conflict arises in our communities, oftentimes society tells us to shrink back and avoid getting involved - instead to rely on outside sources or the criminal (in)justice system.  Having agreed-upon structures in place can help communities become more resilient, so in this session we will explore Jewish approaches to engaging with conflict.

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Noam Vered Lerman

Pardes-Kevah Fellow
Noam is from Milwaukee, WI and is a fifth year rabbinical student at Hebrew College in Boston, MA.  They are one of the co-founders of Let My People Sing!, and also started Der Yiddish Tekhines Proyekt, a project which is making Yiddish women's liturgy accessible through song and... Read More →

Saturday June 29, 2019 6:45pm - 7:45pm PDT
Ballroom B (Student Center, 3rd Floor)