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Constructing Community: Navigating the Tension of Many Perspectives

Thursday, May 13, 2021 2 Sivan 5781

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

A facilitated conversation between Rabbi Daniel Lehmann and Rabbi Chaim Koritzinksy.
At Etz, we pride ourselves on being independent, inclusive, and pluralistic. How do we exhibit these values? What do they mean and how do they differ from one another? Rabbi Danny Lehmann has spent his life and career establishing and strengthening communities that celebrate these values, such as Rabbi Chaim's alma mater, Hebrew College. Danny will help us reflect on how we're doing - and how we might do better - in the building of our community.

Rabbi Daniel Lehmann, Ph.D. has devoted over 30 years to innovative leadership in pluralistic Jewish education and interreligious learning. He has served as Founding Headmaster of Gann Academy-The New Jewish High School of Greater Boston, Founding Director of the Berkshire Institute of Music and Arts (BIMA), co-founder of the Hevruta Gap-year Program of the Shalom Hartman Institute, co-founder of the Moot Beit Din competition, and co-founder of the North American Association of Jewish High Schools. His most recent leadership positions include president of Hebrew College in Newton, MA and president of the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA. 

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