Hope into Practice Tour Dates

Penny at Center for Jewish Life, Princeton, April 2016

If you would like to bring me to speak about my book, or lead a workshop, in your community, school, synagogue, or group, contact me!

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UPCOMING DATES

APRIL 2017

  • Tuesday, April 18, 6:30-9pm
  • Wed, Apr 19, 7-8:30pm
    • Oakland, CA
      • Book Talk
      • Temple Sinai, Libary
      • 2808 Summit Street
      • Everyone Welcome!
      • Contact: Rabbi Yoni Regev by or 510-451-3263
  • Penny Rosenwasser, March 2017. Standing against Islamophobia.
  • Thu, Apr 27, 9am-5pm
  • Sat Apr 29 & Sat May 6, 9:10am-6pm (BOTH DAYS)
    • San Francisco, CA
      • IDST 81B:Anti-Arabism / Anti-Semitism Class
        • Team-teaching with Dr. Roni Abusaad
        • City College of San Francisco/Ocean Campus
        • 50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112
        • (must attend both days, requires pre-registration)
        • REGISTER HERE!
  • Chanukah. JFVBPA.

PAST DATES

APRIL 2017

  • Fri, April 7, 7-9pm
    • Rohnert Park, CA
      • Sonoma State University Social Justice Week
        • Book Talk/Keynote Address
        • The Cooperage (The Cooperage is located at the southwest end of the Sonoma State campus — off Cotati Avenue, onto Vine Street, left onto W. Redwood Drive — from there may need to ask someone).
        • 1801 East Cotati Ave
        • Sponsors: SSU Sociology Social Justice and Activism Club, SSU Associated Students, Sociology Department, School of Social Science, Media Freedom Foundation, Project Censored
        • Contact:
  • Wed, April 5, 7pm
    • Washington, DC
      • Book Talk / House Party / Moishe House
      • Everyone Welcome!
      • Please RSVP to
      • More info on Facebook
  • Tue, April 4, 1-2:30pm
    • Chicago, IL
      • DePaul University
        • Talk: “We Are Activists & We Do Not Keep Silent”: Transnational Feminist Organizing Across Difference
        • Student Center, Room 314A
        • Public event
        • Co-Sponsored by: LGBTQ Studies, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, Peace Justice & Conflict Studies, The Women’s Center, Center For Identity Inclusion & Social Change, and Critical Ethnic Studies
        • More info:
  • Sun, April 2, 10am-11:30am
    • Chicago, IL
      • Jewish Voice for Peace National Membership Meeting
      • (SOLD OUT!)
      • Workshop: Tending Ancestral Jewish Trauma
      • with Rae Abileah & Socket Klatcher

JAN/FEB 2017

  • Penny at Moishe House
  • “WHEN I DARE TO BE POWERFUL”
    • Four-part workshop series!
    • Mon, Jan 30, 6:30-9pm
    • Mon, Feb 6, 6:30-9pm
    • Mon, Feb 20, 6:30-9pm
    • Mon, Feb 27, 6:30-9pm
    • Moishe House
    • 418 42nd Street
    • Oakland, CA
    • We regret this site is not wheelchair accessible.
    • Geared to intergenerational Jewish women and to gender-queer/trans folks.
    • Ages 18 and over welcome.
    • $40-$120, sliding scale for all 4 classes
    • No one turned away for lack of funds.
    • REGISTER HERE!

DECEMBER 2016

SEPTEMBER 2016

  • Sun, Sep 25, 2-6pm
    • Oakland, CA
      • When I Dare to Be Powerful workshop
        • Moishe House
        • 418 42nd Street
        • We regret this site is not wheelchair accessible.
        • Geared to Jewish cis-women and Jewish trans & gender-queer folks who were socialized as women and/or treated as a woman in society. The content of the workshop is around empowerment for folks who have been treated by society as female.
        • All ages 18 and over welcome.
        • Fee: $10-$40 sliding scale
        • Registration required in advance.
        • RSVP required. – and please write “WORKSHOP RSVP” in the Subject line of your email message!
        • Pay ahead or pay at the door, but space is limited!
        • This workshop focuses on empowering our activism by examining internalized messages from society that can hold us back from having the biggest lives possible and being the most effective activists. These internalized messages can come from our intersecting identities: how we experience sexism, gender oppression, adultism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, racism, classism, and ableism. We’ll share stories, examine victimizing mindsets, envision, forge connection, and celebrate victories. Intertwining self-love with social justice, we’ll bolster our capacity together to create a more just and generous world – to become fearless anti-oppression allies. (Title taken from a quote by Audre Lorde.)
        • Visit the When I Dare to Be Powerful page on Facebook!
        • Please plan to arrive by 1:45pm, workshop starts promptly at 2pm. Sorry, no latecomers!

MAY 2016

APRIL 2016

  • Sunday, April 17
    • 10am-noon, Bethesda, MD
      • Congregation Kehila Chadasha
      • Private event.
  • Sat, April 16, 7pm
    • Rockville, MD
      • Private House Party
  • Friday, April 15, 11am and 4pm
    • Philadelphia, PA
      • White Privilege Conference workshop
        • “Challenging White Ashkenazi Dominance Among Jews in the U.S. & Re-imagining Equity and Justice for Palestinians”
        • with Lisa Albrecht
  • Thursday, April 14, 9am-5pm
    • Philadelphia, PA
      • White Privilege Conference all-day institute
        • “White on White: Communicating about Race and White Privilege Using Critical Humility”
        • with the European American Collaborative for Challenging Whiteness
  • Andrea and Alice
  • Tuesday, April 12
    • 11:30am, Philadelphia, PA
      • Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
        • Private event
        • Hadar Kehillah Community Room
        • 1299 Church Road
        • Wyncote, PA 19095
    • 7:30pm, Princeton, NJ
      • Princeton University
        • Wilf Hall, Center for Jewish Life
        • 70 Washington Road
        • Everyone welcome!
        • Sponsored by Alliance for Jewish Progressives
        • Cosponsor: Pride Alliance
        • More info on Facebook
        • Contact: or 646-634-8183
  • Sunday, April 3, 4-6pm
    • Oakland, CA
      • Jewish Youth for Community Action
        • Private event.

MARCH 2016

  • Sunday, March 6, 1-5pm
    • Toronto
      • Public Workshop, “When I Dare to be Powerful”
        • This workshop focuses on empowering our activism by examining internalized messages from society that can hold us back from having the biggest lives possible and being the most effective activists. These internalized messages can come from our intersecting identities: how we experience sexism, gender oppression, adultism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, racism, classism, and ableism. We’ll share stories, examine victimizing mindsets, envision, forge connection, and celebrate victories. Intertwining self-love with social justice, we’ll bolster our capacity together to create a more just and generous world – to become fearless anti-oppression allies. (Title taken from a quote by Audre Lorde.)
        • All women welcome, must RSVP: or 647-827-6968
        • Sponsored by Anarres Natural Health, Toronto
  • Saturday, March 5, 11am-5pm
    • Toronto
      • Private workshop on uprooting internalized anti-semitism.
  • Thu, March 3, 7pm
    • Toronto
      • Beit Zatoun
      • 612 Markham St. (Bloor/Bathurst)
      • Sponsored by United Jewish Peoples Order
      • More info: or (416) 789-5502

FEBRUARY 2016

  • Thursday, Feb 11
  • Wednesday, Feb 10, 6:30pm
    • Amherst, MA
      • Hampshire College
      • Faculty Lounge, Franklin Paterson Hall
      • 893 West Street
      • Wheelchair accessible
      • Free parking outside
      • Everyone welcome. Pizza will be served!
      • Co-sponsored by The Center For Feminisms, The Queer Community Alliance Center and Spiritual Life at Hampshire College
      • Hosted by Jewish Voice for Peace/Western Mass
      • For info:
      • More info on Facebook
  • Moishe House/Park Slope
  • Tue, Feb 9, 7pm
    • Brooklyn
      • Moishe House
      • Park Slope
      • 637 Baltic Street
      • Everyone welcome!
      • For info:
  • Mon, Feb 8, 6-9pm
    • NYC
      • Workshop sponsored by May’an and AVODAH
  • Sun, Feb 7, 6pm
    • Brattleboro, VT
      • The Root Social Justice Center
      • 28 Williams Street, First Floor
      • Sponsored by The Root Radical Lending Library
      • For info contact: Dena Marger by or 802-380-4483
  • Maria, Gabi and Daisy at Brandeis
  • Fri, Feb 5, 2-4pm
    • Boston, MA
      • Brandeis University
      • Mandel Center for the Humanities, Reading Room (room 303)
      • (415 South Street, Waltham MA is Brandeis address; Mandel is a building on campus)
  • Thu, Feb 4, 7pm

JANUARY 2016

  • Friday, January 15, 8pm sharp
    • San Francisco, CA
      • Or Shalom Jewish Community
      • Penny’s presentation (followed by Q & A) starts 8pm sharp, Shabbat service is at 7pm. Come to both, or either: everyone welcome!!
      • 625 Brotherhood Way
      • Phone: (415) 469-5564
      • For info:
      • Or Shalom contact and directions

NOVEMBER 2015

  • Sun, Nov 15, 9:30am
    • Milwaukee, WI
  • Nov 13-14
    • Milwaukee, WI
      • National Women’s Studies Association Conference
        • Fri, Nov 13
          • 9:30-10:45am
            • “Two Jews, Three Opinions” – A Critical Query of the Boycott / Divestment / Sanctions Movement Against the Israeli Occupation, Jewish Caucus Roundtable
        • Saturday, Nov. 14
          • 3-4:15pm
            • “Student/Faculty Precarity in Conflict Zones On/Off Campus: Losing Academic Freedom and Free Speech”, Roundtable cosponsored by the South Asian Feminist Caucus & the Jewish Caucus
          • 6-7pm
            • Jewish Caucus Reception featuring two recently-published books, including Hope into Practice, Jewish women choosing justice despite our fears
  • Thu, Nov 5, 7:30pm
    • Oakland CA
      • Moishe House
      • 418 42nd Street
      • For info, and to RSVP: .
      • Note: we regret this venue is not wheelchair accessible.

OCTOBER 2015

  • Thu, Oct 1, 7pm
    • Bozeman, Montana
      • Congregation Beth Shalom
      • 2010 W. Koch Street
      • Contact: or 406-599-3639

SEPTEMBER 2015

  • Wed, Sep 30, 7pm
    • Bozeman, Montana
      • Montana State University
      • SUB Ballroom B
      • Co-sponsored by MSU Offices of Diversity Awareness, International Programs & the President; Women’s Center; College of Letters & Science, Depts. of History & Political Science, Program in Women’s & Gender Studies, Queer-Straight Alliance. Also support by Temple Beth Shalom, Community Mediation Center, Gallatin Valley Interfaith Alliance and Montana NOW.

AUGUST 2015

  • Aug 4-9
    • Near Hart, MI
      • Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, 40th Celebration!
        • “Jews Choosing Justice Despite our Fears”
          • Book Talk–interactive, stories, discussion, kvetching, kvellling!
        • “Uprooting Internalized Anti-Semitism”
          • Workshop–experiential, sharing stories, building community, go for healing, bolster our capacity to create a just world.

MAY 2015

  • May 31, 10:30am
    • Oakland, CA
      • Private House Party hosted by Congregation Sha’ Ar Zahav
      • For info, contact Penny.
  • May 20, 7-8:30pm
  • May 17, 2pm
    • San Francisco, CA
      • Private House Party hosted by Congregation Sha’ Ar Zahav
      • For info, contact Penny.
  • Penny-at-KPFA

APRIL 2015

  • Wednesday, Apr 8, 7:30pm
    • Berkeley, CA
      • KPFA Radio public event
        • The Hillside Club
        • 2286 Cedar St.
        • Hosted by Cecilie Surasky
        • Cosponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace/Bay Area, Middle East Children’s Alliance and Bay Area Women in Black
        • $12 advance tickets:
          • brownpapertickets
            • 800-838-3006
          • In Berkeley: Pegasus Books (3 locations), Moe’s, Walden Pond, Diesel A Bookstore
          • In San Francisco: Modern Times
        • $15 at door

MARCH 2015

  • Sun, Mar 22, noon-2pm
    • Washington, DC
      • Brunch with Penny Rosenwasser
        • Bet Mishpachah Congregation
        • District of Columbia Jewish Community Center
        • 16th & Q Streets, NW, Washington, DC
        • (enter through Q street door, turn right into the Community Hall, where the event will be held)
        • Event includes buffet brunch
        • Please RSVP: , Chair, Education Committee
  • Fri, Mar 20
    • Detroit, MI
  • Wed, Mar 18, 7pm
  • Wed, Mar 14
    • Baltimore, MD
      • Jewish Voice for Peace National Membership Meeting
        • Workshop panel, “Anti-Semitism Today: Building an anti-oppression analysis & practice”
        • with Sarah Schulman and Brooke Lober, moderated by Rabbi Linda Holtzman
  • Wed, Mar 11
  • Fri, Mar 6
  • Mon, Mar 2, 7pm
    • Boulder, CO
      • University of Colorado
      • Eaton Humanities Room 150
      • Penny will talk about “Is Opposing Israel’s Policies Anti-Semitic?” and will also talk about her new book.
      • Sponsored by Rocky Mountain Peace & Justice Center
      • Cosponsored by: Christian Peacemaker Teams, Allies for Peace with Justice in Palestine of First United Methodist Church of Boulder, Episcopal Peace Fellowship of Colorado, Sabeel of Colorado, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom/Boulder Chapter
      • For info, or 720-509-3378
  • Sunday, March 1, 3-5pm
    • Denver, CO
      • Augustana Lutheran Church
      • 5000 E Alameda Avenue (@ Fairfax Street)
      • Penny will talk about “Is Opposing Israel’s Policies Anti-Semitic?” and will also talk about her new book.
      • Part of Film & Lecture Series sponsored by Friends of Sabeel-Colorado
      • For info:

FEBRUARY 2015

  • Feb 5, 6-7:30pm
    • San Francisco, CA
      • “Women of the Middle East” interactive presentation
      • City College of San Francisco, Ocean Campus
      • Batmale 203
      • Presentation includes personal stories of activists in Palestine & Israel—from Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza, to a queer Jewish leader of the Israeli peace movement; from a Palestinian political prisoner to a 70-year-old Nazi Holocaust survivor/human rights worker—to US activists speaking out against the Israeli occupation.
      • Penny will have her books available for sale.
      • Everyone welcome!

DECEMBER 2014

  • Dec 15, 7-9pm
    • Brookline, MA
      • Boston Workmen’s Circle Middle East Working Group
      • 1762 Beacon Street, Brookline
      • Penny’s presentation is the third in a 3-part series called: Through a Different Lens, Women’s Perspectives on Israel-Palestine
      • Penny’s presentation is being called: “Overcoming Fear as a Path to Justice”
      • From the group’s flier: Penny “challenges us to ask what Jewishness could be without suffering or victimhood—questions asked with joy, not shame” (-Marjorie Dove Kent). Penny’s interactive story-filled presentation links personal healing with working for the liberation of Jews and of Palestinians. Inviting us to face our fears without acting on them, and to use our privilege to shift power, her book is an activist’s call to repair the world.
  • Dec 14
  • Dec 6, 1-3pm
    • Half Moon Bay, CA
      • Private house party, but others are welcome.
      • for address and directions.

NOVEMBER 2014

  • Nov 25, 7-9pm
    • Philadelphia, PA
      • Calvary Community Center
      • Samaritan Room
      • 815 S. 48th St
      • Event will be held in the Samaritan Room on the 2nd floor. Building is NOT wheelchair accessible. (Enter on 48th St., side door entrance to the right of double doors.)
      • Sponsored by: Kol Tzedek Congregation
      • For info: .
      • Bring check or cash to purchase a book signed by the author!
  • Nov 15, 10am-5pm

OCTOBER 2014

SEPTEMBER 2014

  • Sept 10, 5:30-7pm
    • San Francisco
      • University of San Francisco
      • Fromm Hall
      • 115 (Berman Room)
      • 2130 Fulton Street
      • For info: or contact Theology and Religious Studies Department at (415) 422-6601.
      • This event is sponsored by the Swig Program in Jewish Studies and Social Justice, and co-sponsored by the Departments of Theology and Religious Studies, International Studies (BAIS), the Master’s Program in International Studies (MAIS), and Programs in Middle East Studies and Peace and Justice Studies.

JUNE 2014

  • June 1, 4pm
    • Sonoma County, CA
      • Congregation Ner Shalom
      • 85 La Plaza
      • Cotati, CA 94931
      • 707-664-8622
      • Everyone welcome!

MAY 2014

  • May 18, 4pm
    • Redwood Valley, CA (near Ukiah)
      • Congregation Kol HaEmek
      • 8591 West Rd
        Redwood Valley
      • Directions: Route 101 to West Rd exit in Redwood Valley. Turn right onto West Rd, pass stop sign at junction with School Rd. Kol HaEmek is on your right just past clinic on corner of School and West, and just before the Eagle Peak Jr. High School.
      • Contact: 707-468-4536
  • Lesbian Buddhist Sangha welcomes Penny Rosenwasser
  • May 13, 7:30pm
    • Berkeley CA
      • Lesbian Buddhist Sangha
        Epworth United Methodist Church
      • 1953 Hopkins Street
      • All women welcome.
      • You are also welcome to participate in a mindfulness meditation from 7-7:30pm (Penny’s reading begins 7:30pm.).
      • Wheelchair accessible.
      • For info, .
  • May 7, 6-7:45pm
    • San Francisco, CA
      • James C. Hormel Gay & Lesbian Center
      • San Francisco Public Library, 3rd floor
      • 100 Larkin Street
      • For info, contact: 415-557-4277 or

APRIL 2014

  • April 17, 5:30-7:30pm
  • April 12
    • Atlanta, GA
      • 9:30am
        • United Methodist Women
        • Druid Hills United Methodist Church
        • 1200 Ponce de Leon Ave
        • Starts with light breakfast, talk begins at 10am
        • Everyone welcome!
        • RSVP by Wed April 10th to Beth Corrie by
  • Hope into Practice fans with Penny
  • April 11
    • Decatur and Atlanta, GA
      • 11:30am-12:30pm
        • Agnes Scott College
        • Buttrick G-4 Film Room
        • 141 E College Ave
        • Decatur, GA
      • 7:30pm
        • Congregation Bet Haverim
        • 2676 Clairmont Rd NE
        • Atlanta, GA (building of Central Congregational Church)
        • Sponsored by Congregation Beit Haverim, the Tikkun Olam Committee, Jewish Voice for Peace-Atlanta, Interfaith Peace Builders-Atlanta and Joining Hands for Justice in Israel and Palestine
  • April 10, 6-8pm
    • Chicago
      • DePaul Student Center
      • 2250 N. Sheffield, Room 314
      • Cosponsored by: the Women’s Center, Women’s & Gender Studies and Center for Intercultural Programs
      • For info, .
      • Everyone welcome
  • April 9, 7pm
    • Evanston, IL
      • Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation
      • 303 Dodge Ave
      • Sponsored by: Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation Peace Dialogue, Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation Library
      • Cosponsored by: Jewish Solidarity and Action for Schools, Jewish Voice for Peace – Chicago, Arab-Jewish Partnership for Peace and Justice in the Middle East
      • For info, contact: Rabbi Brant Rosen by or 847.475.9603
      • Everyone Welcome
  • April 8
    • Chicago
      • De Paul University
      • Speaking in “Women in the Middle East” and “Political Autobiography” classes
  • April 7, 6:30-8pm
    • Washington, DC
      • Busboys & Poets
      • 1025 5th St NW
      • 202-789-2227
      • Cosponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace/DC-Metro, the Global Women’s Institute of George Washington University & Code Pink

MARCH 2014

  • March 31
    • Minneapolis, MN
      • 11:45am-1:15pm
        • University of Minnesota
        • St. Paul Campus
        • Peters Hall, Room 5
        • Everyone Welcome!
        • Sponsored by: The Social Justice Undergraduate Minor in the School of Social Work, College of Education & Human Development
        • Contact: Lisa Albrecht, by or 612-202-8994
      • 6-8pm
        • House Party & Pot Luck
        • Private Home
        • For address, contact Sharon Jaffe by or 612 729 3873 OR Lisa Albrecht by or 612-202-8994.
  • March 30, 2pm
  • March 28, 6pm
    • Madison, WI
      • Congregation Shaarei Shamayim, Social Action Potluck
      • Private home
      • Call for location: 608-257-2944
      • Bring veggie dish to share!
  • March 24
    • Syracuse and Dewitt, NY
      • Noon
        • Syracuse University
        • Peter Graham Commons
        • Ground floor of Bird Library
        • Waverly Ave & University Place
        • Includes a light lunch
        • Cosponsored by: Intergroup Dialogue Program, Hendricks Chapel, Cultural Foundations of Education, Women & Gender Studies, the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration, Departments of Judaic Studies, Political Science, Anthropology, Religion, & Sociology
        • Join this event on Facebook
        • Free, Everyone Welcome
        • For info: Diane Swords, 315-479-5658 or by .
      • 7pm
        • Barnes & Noble
        • 3454 Erie Blvd East
        • Dewitt, NY
        • 315-449-2948
        • Cosponsored by Peace Action CNY
  • March 23, 3pm
    • Ithaca, NY
      • Congregation Tikkun V’Or (Ithaca Reform Temple)
      • 2550 N. Triphammer Road
      • Lansing NY
      • Cosponsored by the Temple’s racial justice work group and Israel-Palestine social justice work group
      • For info: (607) 256-1471 by
      • Everyone welcome!
  • March 13
    • Northridge and Los Angeles, CA
      • 12:30pm
        • California State University at Northridge
        • 18111 Nordhoff St
        • Northridge, CA
        • North Valley Room in University Student Union
        • Women’s Center & Jewish Studies
        • Everyone welcome!
        • Contact: The Women’s Research & Resource Center at 818-677-2780 or
      • 7pm
        • Levantine Cultural Center
        • Los Angeles, CA
        • 5998 W Pico Blvd
        • (6pm doors open – come early and eat at the cafe!)
        • Penny in conversation with Karen Brodkin, UCLA Anthropology professor (retired) and author of How Jews Became White Folks & What That Says About Race in America
        • Join this event on Facebook
        • Sponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace/LA
        • Everyone welcome, donations gladly accepted!
        • For info: or 310-657-5511
  • March 9, 4pm

FEBRUARY 2014

  • Feb 27
    • Cambridge and Newton Center, MA
      • 6pm
        • Harvard Hillel
        • 52 Mt. Auburn St.
        • Cambridge, MA
        • Sponsored by Harvard College Progressive Jewish Alliance
        • Cosponsored by Jewish Women’s Group
        • For info, contact: or 808-277-6244
        • Everyone Welcome
      • Private “Lunch & Learn” event
        • Hebrew College
        • Newton Center, MA (Boston area)
  • New England Mobile Book Fair
  • Feb 26, 7pm
  • Feb 23, 3-4:30pm
    • Jamaica Plain, MA
  • Feb 20, 7-8:30pm
    • Brooklyn
      • Kolot Chayeinu Synagogue
      • 1012 8th Ave., Brooklyn
      • Sponsored by Kolot Chayeinu & Jews for Racial and Economic Justice
      • Free, Everyone Welcome
  • Feb 18, 7-9:30pm
  • Feb 9, 2-3:30pm
    • Los Angeles, CA
      • Beth Chayim Chadashim Synagogue
      • 6090 West Pico Blvd.
      • (between La Cienega Blvd. & Crescent Heights)
      • (street parking on Pico, enter from rear of building)
      • Join this event on Facebook
      • Everyone Welcome!
      • For info: Adam Barron, 323-931-7023 or Sarah Jacobus by
  • Feb 6, 7pm
  • Feb 5, 7:30pm
    • Davis, CA
      • The Avid Reader,/li>
      • 617 Second Street
      • (530)758-4040
      • Cosponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace

JANUARY 2014

  • Jan 20, noon to 2pm
    • Victoria, BC
      • University of Victoria
      • Clearihue Building
      • Room C115 view map
      • Cosponsored by Women’s Studies and Social Justice Studies
      • For info:
  • Jan 19, 2-4pm
    • Victoria, BC
      • Reading & Activist Conversation
      • For info or address,
  • Jan 18, 7pm
  • Jan 16, 7:30pm
    • Vancouver, BC
      • Peretz Centre for Secular Jewish Culture
      • 6184 Ash Street
      • (between Canada Line 41st & 49th Ave. stations)
      • All welcome.
      • Suggested donation $10
      • Co-sponsored by Independent Jewish Voices-Vancouver, Building Bridges Vancouver, Spirited Social Change, and InterSpiritual Centre of Vancouver Society
      • For info:
  • Jan 14, 7pm
  • Jan 13, 7-8:30pm
    • Beachwood, OH (Cleveland)
      • Presentation and Conversation about anti-Semitism, Israel-Palestine Activism, and Peace Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple
      • 23737 Fairmount Blvd
      • Supported by Cleveland Jewish Dialogue Group, Cleveland Peace Action Middle-East Peace Action Committee, Ohio Interfaith Peace Builders, and Women Speak Out for Peace and Justice.
      • Everyone welcome.
      • For info:
  • Jan 12, 6:30pm
    • Cleveland, OH
      • Workshop for Women: “Uprooting Internalized Anti-Semitism”
      • for address and to RSVP.
  • Jan 11
    • Ann Arbor, MI
      • Event at private home, hosted by Ann Arbor Reconstructionist Congregation
      • Others welcome
      • For info contact Penny.
  • Jan 9, 7pm
  • Jan 5, 6:30pm

DECEMBER 2013

  • Hope into Practice fans with Penny
  • Dec 17, 7pm
  • Dec 12, 7pm
  • Dec 10, 7pm
  • Dec 9, 7pm
    • Olympia, WA
      • Temple Beth Hatfiloh
      • 201 8th Avenue, SE
      • 360-754-8519
  • Dec 8
    • Seattle, WA
      • House party at private home
      • Sponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace/Seattle & Kadima
      • For info, contact Penny.
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