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Rekindle: A Shabbat Studio is a forum of learning, sharing, community building and radical amazement. The Studio included a range of formal and informal activities (including peer-led happenings and sessions, open space discussions and workshops) all designed to facilitate connections between Shabbat innovators – the movers and shakers of creative Shabbat programming around the world – and catalyze a community of practice.
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Wednesday, January 13 • 9:45am - 10:30am
Session 1: Give an F in 2016

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It's enough with the "don't give an f" memes of 2015.  Friday night dinner can be the antidote to apathy - providing the opportunity to care, get involved and make a difference by sharing what's important to you with the people you love. How might we support dinner hosts so that they can articulate their intention in terms of how their guests will feel at the end of the night? What do you give an F about? You have 52 chances.

Guest Speakers
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Amy Goldsmith

Campaigns Manager, Repair the World
Born and raised in Boston, Amy has since relocated to NYC but maintains a healthy appreciation for eating ice cream in the winter. She has a BA in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies from Brandeis University and while in college she co-founded Climate Summer- a community organizing internship for young adults to promote climate action in New England. | | Amy is currently the Campaigns Manager at Repair the World, where she works to... Read More →
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Aliza Kline

Founding Executive Director, OneTable
Aliza Kline is a dynamic leader, and social entrepreneur; serving as the founding executive director of OneTable (onetable.org) a new online and in-person hub for millennials to end their week with intention and create unique Shabbat dinners, and Mayyim Hayyim Community Mikveh and Education Center in Boston, an international model for re-imagining Jewish ritual open to the full diversity of the Jewish community. In 2009, Aliza was awarded an... Read More →


Wednesday January 13, 2016 9:45am - 10:30am
Barn 2, Dining Room

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