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Sunday, May 20th, 3 PM – 8 PM
2:30 PM Registration
The Elisabeth Irwin High School
40 Charlton St, Greenwich Village, New York, NY
$8-$18 Sliding Scale
Join us to learn from and be energized by local Jewish change-makers and to celebrate the multitude of ways we are working to create a more just world. (more…)
As Passover draws near and we begin thinking about age-old themes of slavery and liberation, we’ll gather to connect the dots between contemporary food justice issues and the retelling of our Exodus story. (more…)
We’re excited to share our newly updated “Healthy & Sustainable Tu B’Shvat Resources,” where we share tips and suggestions for ways you can get into the spirit of the holiday while celebrating your values of living well by the earth. We’ve got a recipe for Homemade Fig Newtons, sources for local wheat and dates, and a full aray of tips to make your Tu B’Shvat great, including the Hazon Tu B’Shvat Hagaddah and Leader’s Guide. Whether you’ll be diving into Jewish tradition at a Tu B’Shvat seder, or just giving your favorite tree a hug, we hope you have a great holiday!
The 6th annual Food Conference begins this Thursday in sunny Davis, California. We wanted to take a moment to pull together all the wonderful things going on in the world in preparation.
- Daniel Infeld notes the momentum around the food movement and highlights Hazon’s Food Values taken into consideration when planning an event, program, or meeting on The Jew and the Carrot. Nadia Schreiber highlights how trendy DIY shechting has become and where it’s happening. Can the Food Conference take credit for starting this one? (more…)