HBT Tikkun Olam Immigration Solidarity Committee
Jewish and Latino: Immigrant Identity and Activism in the New Year
Get engaged in understanding and protecting immigrants’ rights through spoken word performance, writing reflection and a shared learning experience.
With Special Guest
Jonathan Mendoza: Poet, Educator, Activist
Jonathan Mendoza is a Boston-based, Jewish and Mexican-American spoken word poet, educator and immigrant rights activist. He will share his story through poetry and then guide us to reflect on our connection to immigrants, identity, and today’s U.S. immigrations policies. We will open our hearts through group exercises and personal writing. The event is designed for teens and adults. www.MendozaPoetry.com.
Babysitting will be available upon request. RSVP the name and age of your child to the temple office: email@example.com. We will not accept walk-ins for childcare.
Open to the public - Suggested Donation $5-10
For more information, contact Nechama Katz, firstname.lastname@example.org