On May 10th from 5:30-7pm, The Episcopal Church in Western Oregon Engaging Racial Justice Working Group is sponsoring an online panel discussion examining the Intersection between White Supremacy and Antisemitism. The discussion will be moderated by the Rev’d Jeanne Kalszewski.
Contact the Working Group for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register online at tinyurl.com/4TAURH28
Rabbi Ariel Stone: Rabbi Ariel Stone is the spiritual leader at Congregation Shir Tikvah in Portland. She is the first female rabbi to be the head of a congregation in the state of Oregon, and a knowledgeable teacher of Torah and a recognized scholar of Jewish mysticism. She has served as adjunct faculty with the Judaic Studies department at Portland State University and Willamette University of Salem.
Dr. Beverly Mitchell: Dr. Beverly Mitchell is a Professor of Systemic Theology and Church History, at Wesley Theological Seminary, in Washington, DC. Her teaching and research interests that include: Systemic Theology, Church History, human dignity, genocide, global poverty, and the history of the African American struggle for justice. She is the author of Black Abolitionism: The Quest for Human Dignity (2005) and Plantations and Death Camp: Religion, Ideology, and Human Dignity (2009).
Bob Horenstein: Bob Horenstein is the Director of Community Relations of the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland. He has directed the Federations’s efforts to safeguard the social safety safety net promote civil rights, combat hate and bigotry and strengthen the local community’s ties to Israel. He has been awards the American Jewish Press Association Louis Rapoport Award for Excellence in Commentary, and he was recognized by the Oregon Society of Professional Journalists for Excellence in Journalism.