Jews, Land, and Climate Café
Jews, like all peoples, are deeply connected to the earth, to all life forms, and to the places where we live. Antisemitism, however, has historically led to Jews losing our multigenerational connections to the many lands in which we have existed. We warmly invite Jews and our friends and allies to join us in this workshop where we will be sharing artworks—poetry, songs, and visuals—in celebration of Jewish connection with the living environment, both past and present. Together, we will look at ways that Jewish engagement with climate action can be a key part of healing from antisemitism.