Conversation & Listening Session with the JCRC
Thursday, June 3
These last few weeks have been particularly challenging for many members of the Indianapolis Jewish community. For 11 painful days, more than 4,000 rockets were shot from Gaza into Israeli cities and towns. Even with the ceasefire holding, the tension has not abated as seen on social media feeds flooded with anti-Israel content and antisemitic violence perpetrated against Jews on the streets in the US and Europe.
It’s really tough right now, and many might need to share what is being seen, concerns, and what can be done. This summer, the JCRC will hold several “Conversation & Listening Sessions” – the first of which will take place on Thursday, June 3. While open to all members of the Jewish community, JCRC would particularly appreciate hearing from younger folks about what resources or trainings the JCRC can provide to better support you as you engage in increasingly difficult conversations with your peers about antisemitism and Israel.
On Thursday, June 3, JCRC will hold two sessions to accommodate as many participants as possible.
Please plan to attend the session that is most convenient for you.
- The first session will take place from 12 - 1 p.m., Thursday, June 3
- The second session will take place from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m., Thursday, June 3