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Upcoming Events

18 Jan

HIAS-CIVIC Letter Writing Volunteer Program
Join HIAS for a monthly program offering compassion and solidarity to asylum seekers in detention through a formal letter writing program with individuals who have requested correspondence, helping them access hope and connection.
18 Jan

HIAS-CIVIC Letter Writing Volunteer Program
Join HIAS for a monthly program offering compassion and solidarity to asylum seekers in detention through a formal letter writing program with individuals who have requested correspondence, helping them access hope and connection.
20 Jan

Inaugural Shabbat: A Gathering of Strength
During inauguration weekend, HIAS is pleased to join a series of Shabbat services and activities convened by Sixth & I, T’ruah, and Jews United For Justice.
20 Jan

Syria and Beyond: A Jewish Response to Today’s Refugees
During the Shabbat evening service, Join Riva Silverman, vice president for external affairs at HIAS, to learn more about the current refugee crisis and to explore how Jewish text, values and history call on us to respond.
21 Jan

Join HIAS at the Women’s March on Washington
At the Women’s March on Washington, tens of thousands of people will gather near the U.S. Capitol, recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country. If you are coming to the March, join our HIAS delegation and speak out in support of refugees -- one such vital and vulnerable community. HIAS will provide signs and stickers. We will have two meet-up locations -- one with other Jewish groups and one with an interfaith refugee coalition.
21 Jan

Syria and Beyond: A Jewish Response to Today’s Refugees
During the Shabbat morning service, join Riva Silverman, vice president for external affairs at HIAS, to learn more about the current refugee crisis and to explore how Jewish text, values and history call on us to respond.
22 Jan

Beyond the Headlines: An Introduction to the Global Refugee Crisis Through A Jewish Lens
Join the adult education session at Beth Chai, the greater Washington Jewish Humanist Congregation, to learn about the current refugee crisis and to explore how Jewish values and history call on us to respond.
22 Jan

Weekend of Hope, Healing and Service
As part of the Weekend of Hope, Healing and Service, organized by Repair the World, Moishe House and the Schusterman Foundation, we invite you to join HIAS to learn about local ways to address the global refugee crisis and participate in a service project to benefit asylum seekers in the DC area.

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