Speakers: Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Cohen will tell the story of his family’s journey and its connection to the vibrancy brought by recent immigrants to Baltimore. Guiliana Valencia-Banks of the Esperanza Center will teach us about the current challenges facing those trying to navigate our immigration system and Leslie Seid Margolis will tell us abut her recent travels to the border to bear witness to the humanitarian crisis unfolding there. We will close with Havdalah. No RSVP necessary. All are welcome.
The Family Diversity Art Project: Building Bridges will be presented at BHC to the public mid January to February 1st.
A new, monthly Shabbat initiative between The Associated, YAD, Pearlstone and OneTable. Host or attend Shabbat dinners anywhere in our community.
Jewish People of Color, Indigenous, Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews, please gather with us to celebrate Passover at The Associated’s first annual JOCISM Passover Seder. We’ll […]
*The $10 will go towards your final bill. Calling all Foodies! Want to connect with other foodies over different kinds of cuisine? Join us at […]