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Kirkland Together: Recognizing Antisemitism 4/29 3-6pm space limited!


Register today for our Kirkalnd symposium on antisemitism.




Kirkland Together: Recognizing Antisemitism is a project of Kol Ami, Kirkland's only progressive synagogue. We are looking to bring together citizens, clergy, and civic, business, and educational leaders to invest in our community. The ADL, a co-sponsor of this event, reports that incidents of anti-Jewish bias aimed at gathering places like synagogues and Jewish community centers rose 61% during 2022, while children in school grades K-12 reported a 106% increase this past year. In this workshop, we will work together to create a shared understanding of antisemitism with the goal of building an increasingly vibrant and inclusive Kirkland.

Please reply to this email with your logo and contact person for your organization.  For any questions, please contact Rabbi Yohanna Kinberg or Linda Bookey, Co-President. Thank you.

Additional information about the event:

Kirkland Together: Recognizing Antisemitism

Saturday, April 29, 3-6 pm at Kol Ami: A Center for Jewish Life, 308 4th Ave South, Kirkland, WA

In-person and on Zoom

·       Presentation by local citizens on Antisemitism in Washington State-past and present.

·       A panel of Community Activists and Leaders working to address antisemitism.

·       Small breakout groups for facilitated community conversation.

·       Jewish Reception/Oneg and Closing Ritual/Havdalah.

·       Everyone who registers for this program on April 29th will also have automatic access to additional online training during the Summer of 2023.

Current Co-Sponsors: ADLNorthlake Unitarian Universalist ChurchFIRE: Fostering Interfaith Communities on the Eastside, and many other community churches and organizations

For any questions, please contact Rabbi Yohanna Kinberg or Linda Bookey, Co-President. 



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