Honoring Moses & Susan Libitzky
Monday, April 24
Join historian Fred Rosenbaum February 16 at 7:30 pm at the Hewlett Teaching Center at Stanford University to explore how the Jewish experience in the Bay Area has been different from the rest of the United States. Learn more
Lehrhaus offered a half-day symposium titled The Refugee: Fleeing Oppression From the Exodus to Modern Times November 13, 2016. The symposium took place a few days after the election and since then the refugee issue has become even more urgent and salient. Lehrhaus supports JCRC’s statement released Jan. 31 in response to recent executive orders targeting refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority nations. Lehrhaus is a community partner for the Jewish Community Forum on March 19 at the Jewish Community High School of the Bay. (more…)
The Lehrhaus 360 symposium will begin with a dedication and reflection on refugees today and throughout history in support of National Day of Jewish Action for Refugees. Prof. David Biale, Jay Michaelson, and Yair Dalal are among the esteemed guests.
Sunday, Feb. 12 * Temple Sinai, Oakland
Dr. Jaleh Pirnazar, professor of Persian studies from UC Berkeley, will discuss memoirs written in English by Iranian Jewish women. The talk is free, but pre-registration is requested here.