Beyond Heschel and King: Rekindling Black and Jewish Community Relationships
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 30th
Location: Maltz Museum – 2929 Richmond Rd. Beachwood, OH 44122
More Info: www.maltzmuseum.org/events/beyond-heschel-and-king-rekindling-black-and-jewish-community-relationships/
In a divided time, the Rekindle Fellowship is working to build community by bridging divides. Join Rekindle co-founders Charmaine Rice and Matt Fieldman to discover how they are turning their ideas into action.
Seeking to create positive change by bringing mid-career leaders from the Black and Jewish communities in Cleveland together, participants break down barriers through intentional dialogue and interaction, working toward rekindling the historic alliance built during the Civil Rights Movement.
Today, Rekindle asks: how can we have conversations that really matter across communities? How can our dialogue lead to action? Can Cleveland create a national model that moves the needle on social justice across the United States? Join Charmaine, Matt, and former Rekindle Fellows for a conversation about their experiences building a more equitable and just Cleveland through dialogue, solidarity, and collaboration.