Sunday, June 25, 2006

Jewish Learning in SF

From JensList, for the SFers:
What's a Jew to Do?

Ever wonder what Jewish tradition has to say on hot topics in the
news? Want to hear from activists, and ask questions that are on your
mind? Interested in thinking and talking with other concerned folks
about how to respond to social problems?

"What's a Jew to do?", you might say! We wonder, too. So, JGate,
American Jewish World Service, and Progressive Jewish Alliance
started a new salon series to ask, argue, and act on hot topics of
the day. All are welcome, Jewish or not!

Our first salon is on immigration, and takes place next Tuesday
evening. Details are below. Please join us! If you have ideas of
other issues we should discuss in future salons, email or call to let
us know your suggestions.

What's a Jew to Do . . . About Immigration?
Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Join us for an evening of questions, answers, discussion, and thought

l Robert Rubin, Legal Director with the Lawyer's Committee for Civil
l Rabbi Bridget Wynne, Rabbinic Director of JGate,
l Nelly Reyes, immigrant family advocate in San Francisco since 1991.

We'll explore Jewish perspectives on immigration, the debates about
current immigration policy, and issues facing people in the
developing world that may influence their decision to come to the
United States to live and/or work.

Tuesday, June 27, 2006
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Private home near the inner Sunset in San Francisco.
Address available upon RSVP.
Light refreshments provided. Space is limited, so RSVP today!
Contact Bridget Wynne at JGate at or


Anonymous oyster (formerly taltman) said...

Seems like this Rabbi Wynne person is whipping up a storm of activity in the SF/Oakland area:

JGate invites you to a Shabbat Dinner in the East Bay

Tue Jun 27, 10:44:00 AM 2006  

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