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Jul 9th

Oppression and Jewish Identity

Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at 7:00pm


Presented by Jews United for Justice



Join JUFJ and other Jewish partners for the first in a series of workshops around confronting and healing from our relationship to white supremacy. At this first workshop on July 9th, we will situate our lived experiences as Jewish people carrying multiple identities within a society built upon structural oppression, through facilitated activities and dialogue. To be more effective in the struggle for racial and economic justice, we must do the work to understand and heal ourselves. Come to the convening and join us in this learning – RSVP here: https://jufj.org/event/baltimore-july-community-convening/.


Note: This workshop series is built through a Jewish lens, and all folks are welcome if they feel moved to attend.


JUFJ’s White Supremacy Workshop Series is generously funded by The Kolker-Saxon-Hallock Family Foundation Inc., A Supporting Foundation of the Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.

Jul 14th

Silk Painting Workshop

Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 1pm


Facilitator: Diane Tuckman


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Discover the joy of painting on silk with artist Diane Tuckman in this introductory workshop. We will learn the basic techniques involved and enjoy creating our own pieces. This class is open to all ages, no previous experience nor artistic ability is needed, if you have never picked up a brush this workshop is for you!


Spaces are limited and advance registration is strongly recommended.


This program is presented in relation to the Fashion Statement exhibit, on view April 7 – September  15,2019. Tickets to public programs include admission to the Museum.

Jul 16th

Besa: Albanian Promises Kept

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 7pm


This program takes place at Baltimore Hebrew Synagogue


Speakers: Eli Neumann and Benjy Neumann


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Albania, a small Muslim-majority country, proved a surprising refuge for the Jewish community of central Europe during the Holocaust. Thanks to Besa, an Albanian concept sometimes translated as “pledge of honor,” and an oath sworn by much of the population requiring individuals to come to the aid of those in need, this country became a safe haven for Jews escaping Nazi persecution. Join us as we hear the story of one family’s experience from second generation survivors Eli and Benjy Neumann.


The presentation will be followed by a facilitated discussion and light refreshments (dietary laws observed). This program is part of the Recovery & Renewal: The Immigration Experience series, presented in partnership with Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. The Recovery & Renewal series is made possible through the generosity of the Lois Rosenfield Caring Fund of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.


This program is presented in relation to the Stitching History from the Holocaust exhibit, on view April 7 – August 4, 2019. Tickets to public programs include admission to the Museum.

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