Past Events

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Join the Jewish response to the refugee crisis.

 

 

20 Mar

National Refugee Shabbat at Congregation Emanu-El
Please join us at Congregation Emanu-El, in partnership with the Anti-Defamation League, for a special National Refugee Shabbat service.
20 Mar

National Refugee Shabbat at Temple Beth Am
National Refugee Shabbat is a moment for congregations, organizations, and individuals around the country to dedicate a Shabbat experience to refugees and asylum seekers. Temple Beth Am is organizing a special Friday night experience in partnership with HIAS, Tiyya Foundation, and others.
16 Mar

Modern Refugees in Focus: Who Are They and What Are They Fleeing
Join HIAS, Jewish World Watch, and 30 Years After co-founder Sam Yebri for an interactive conversation about the contemporary refugee crisis, how it deeply relates to the Jewish experience of today, and making sense of everything we see in the news about this issue.
12 Mar

The Current State of Immigration
Watch Mark Hetfield, President and CEO at HIAS, discuss the current state of immigration policy, and what the government could be doing to reform it, with WBUR reporter Shannon Dooling.
10 Mar

HIAS Letter Writing 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.
08 Mar

Then & Now: Welcoming Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Join HIAS and Jewish Family Services of San Diego to hear about the treatment of refugees and asylum seekers today, and local perspectives from the California-Mexico border.
05 Mar

HIAS Briefing Call: Protecting Displaced Women and Girls
Just before International Women's Day, on Thursday, March 5 at 4pm EST, we invite you to join us for a briefing on Protecting Displaced Women and Girls.
01 Mar

Jewish Response to Immigration
In observance of Community Day, join us for a discussion on the immigration and refugee crisis occurring around us, here in Larchmond/Mamaroneck, and across the country.

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