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Pride Shabbat with Keshet at Temple Beth Torah Sha’aray Tzedek

Temple Beth Torah Sha'aray Tzeked 5700 NW 94th Avenue G407, Tamarac, florida

Join Tracey Labgold from Keshet for a conversation about being an ally and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. Learn why inclusion and belonging is a Jewish value. A special D'var Torah by Ms. Labgold will be followed by a lunch and learn. Keshes i the National Jewish organizaiton that works for full LGBTQ+ equality.  …



Temple Beth Torah Sha'aray Tzedek 5700 NW 94th Avenue, Tamarac, FL, United States

Celebrate Tikkun Leil Shavuot at Temple Beth Torah Sha'aray Tzedek on June 11 with an evening of Study, Prayer, Eating & Singing! Mincha at 6 pm followed by simultaneous Rabbi led classes, then at 7 pm enjoy dairy desserts and song led by Cantor Kramarow. After 7: 30 pm Arvit Services, there will be a…


Pride Shabbat

Temple Sinai of Hollywood 1400 N 46 ave, Hollywood, Florida

Join us for our Annual Pride Shabbat at Temple Sinai of Hollywood!


Survival Strategies of Children: The Case of Jewish Orphans in Transnistria

Online / Streaming

The Holocaust Documentation and Education Center is pleased to share the next Talking Memory program - Survival Strategies of Children: The Case of Jewish Orphans in Transnistria, presented by the Ghetto Fighters' House Museum. This program will focus on the experiences of Jewish children during the Holocaust. The study of children is a history in…


Hiding in Holland – My Father’s Story

Online / Streaming

On this Father’s Day program, Dr. Shulamit Reinharz tells her father’s story of resistance and survival during the Holocaust. Her stirring new book, Hiding in Holland: A Resistance Memoir, combines the voices of a father who survived the Holocaust and a daughter who explains the historical context of his experiences. Running through the story is a commitment to resistance, from the…


Photography as Resistance During the Holocaust – presented by the United Nations

Online / virtual event

Join our online discussion led by an esteemed panel who will speak about Jewish photographers - some professional, some amateur - who resisted Nazi dehumanization during the Holocaust by documenting the horrific actions of the Nazis and their collaborators. The photographers captured glimpses of the lives and responses of their fellow victims to Nazi brutality.…



Friday night Shabbat services followed by Oneg Shabbat – TEMPLE SHOLOM POMPANO BEACH

Temple Sholom Pompano Beach 132 SE 11th Ave., Pompano Beach, FL, United States

Friday night Shabbat services followed by Oneg Shabbat - TEMPLE SHOLOM POMPANO BEACH FRIDAY 7 PM - SHABBAT SERVICES - SATURDAY 9:30 AM We always have a nosh following services—food for both body and soul. Friday night service 7 PM, followed by an Oneg Shabbat Saturday morning service 9:30 AM, followed by a Kiddush luncheon…

One Hundred Human Stories, Author Talk with Lee Yaron

David Posnack JCC 5850 S Pine Island Road, Davie, FL, United States

One Hundred Human Stories is the defin­i­tive account of the 10/7 mas­sacre through the sto­ries of its vic­tims and the com­mu­ni­ties they called home. A mas­ter­ful work of inves­tiga­tive jour­nal­ism by acclaimed Haaretz reporter Lee Yaron, 10/7 chron­i­cles the mas­sacre that ignit­ed a war through the sto­ries of more than 100 civil­ians. These sto­ries are…