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Tuesday Night Learning at the Shaar

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SPRING 2022

Free Admission – All Welcome

7:30 PM - Enter at 425 Metcalfe Avenue

Registration required

 

 

 

  
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MAY 17 – IN-PERSON and ONLINE

Rebecca Frankel in conversation with Cantor Gideon Zelermyer

 

On her book “Into the Forest – A Holocaust Story of Survival,

Triumph, and Love”

 

Rebecca Frankel is an American author and journalist. Her recent book was named one of "The Ten Best History Books of 2021" by Smithsonian magazine, and was a 2021 National Jewish Book Award finalist.

                                                                                                                                     
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MAY 24 – ONLINE

Qian Julie Wang in conversation with Rabba Rachel Kohl Finegold

 

On her book “Beautiful Country – A Memoir”

 

Qian Julie Wang is a civil rights litigator and first-time author. Born in China, she immigrated to New York City, with her parents, at the age of seven. For five years thereafter, they lived in the shadows of undocumented life. Her book is a poignant literary memoir that follows the family through those years, as they held onto hope and joy while confronting poverty, manual labor, and the perpetual threat of deportation.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
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May 31 – IN-PERSON AND ONLINE

Dara Horn in conversation with Rabbi Adam Scheier

 

On her book “People Love Dead Jews- Reports from a Haunted Present”

 

Dara Horn is an American novelist, essayist, and professor of literature. In a provocative series of essays Horn provides a disturbingly fresh reckoning with the world’s oldest hatred, Anti-Semitism. Horn probes the reasons that may account for so much fascination with Jewish deaths and so little respect for Jewish life.

 
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Friday, May 20, 2022 19 Iyyar 5782