Join ADAMAH on December 6th “Inside the Activist Studio”

November 24, 2009 at 9:36 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Are you part of the Jewish Social Activist community, or want to be? Adamah is co-sponsoring Inside the Activist Studio on December 6th, in Brooklyn. Come and be inspired by awesome local change-makers, meet new people and build community. Read on for more details.
Hope to see you there! (We’ll be selling pickles and cheese if that is an incentive for you).

Join us to learn from and be energized by local Jewish change-makers and to celebrate the multitude of ways we are collectively working to create a more just and equitable world.

Carinne Luck – Israel, food and feminist issues organizer
Alan Lungen – Attorney and Darfuri refugee advocate
Avi Rosenthalis – JFREJ member organizer on housing justice / Rude Mechanical Orchestra

Adam Baruchowitz – Founder, Wearable Collections
Dan Fishback – Performance Artist, Six Points Fellowship
Suzanne Grossman – Career coach, LYJ – Love Your Job
Alison Hirsh – Assistant Political Director of East Coast and Federal Programs, SEIU 32BJ
Isaac Luria – Campaigns Director, JStreet
Amy Schiller – Consultant, CCS Fundraising
Alissa Wise – Program Director, Ma’ayan

Reception with dinner and spoken word performances will follow.

Emceed and with special performances by Daniel “Fritz” Hershel Silber-Baker, award winning slam poet and Brooklyn-based community activist.

Date: Sunday, December 6th
Time: 4pm-9pm, registration at 3:30pm
Place: Congregation Beth Elohim at 274 Garfield Place, in Park Slope, Brooklyn
Cost: Sliding scale, $8 – $18 (nobody will be turned away for lack of funds)

For more information and to register, visit

Hosted by the AJWS-AVODAH Partnership and our partners:, the New Israel Fund’s New Generations, Uri L’Tzedek, and the Young Leaders of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.

Co-sponsored by:
Adamah, Bronfman Youth Fellowships, Congregation Beth Elohim / Brooklyn Jews, B’nai Jeshurun, Hazon, Jewish Labor Committee, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Moishe House, Romemu, Teva Learning Center, Zeek, and others TBA.


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