Safety and Unsafety in Jewish Life: In Conversation with Rabbi Jessy Dressin
Session theme: Imagining Jewish Futures
About the Facilitator:
Rabbi Jessy Dressin works as the Senior Director of Jewish Education for Repair the World. She has worked as a community rabbi in Baltimore for the last decade in pursuit of Judaism’s three primary goals: personal meaning making, the imperative to be part of a collective and the responsibility to make the world a more just place for all its inhabitants. She is passionate about community building and Jewish learning amongst her peer group and hopes to help activate folx in their Jewish journeys. Rabbi Jessy lives with her husband Mark and their dog, Kofi.
You can access the text sheet for the program here.
This program is part of the series, In Conversation: Safety and Unsafety in Jewish Life. Read more about the series here.