The Jewish Left

Boston University, Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215, USA

Amid dark days, many have found courage in the rise of a brave new generation of activists reaffirming an old truth: none of us are free...

Yiddish Reading Group


Join our Yiddish Reading Group! We meet weekly (mostly) to read fiction in Yiddish. Group members select the readings which are usually short stories or novellas....

Mayday! May Day! Songs of Hope in Times of Struggle

Eliot Church of Newton UCC, 474 Centre St, Newton, MA 02458, USA

Mayday! May Day! Songs of Hope in Times of StruggleA Besere Velt Yiddish Chorus of Boston Workers CircleFeaturing: Judy Bressler and Hankus NetskyDerek David, Music DirectorIn-Person...

Circle Book Group


This is an open group that welcomes all readers interested in expanding their understanding of the wide variety of Jewish experiences throughout history and across the...

Circle Playtime

Circle Playtime is a free playgroup for families with children ages 2-5 years old. Each session includes fun age-appropriate activities, filled with music-making and storytelling related to...

Faces of Oppression; Faces of Liberation

Faces of Oppression; Faces of Liberation: Untangling the Intersections of Antisemitism, White Supremacy, and TransphobiaIn this four-part course, teachers Andy Izenson and Heron Greenesmith will expose...

Immigrant Justice Committee Meeting


Get Involved To get involved or for more information, join the Immigrant Justice Committee on the second Wednesday of the month on Zoom at 6:00 PMJoin...

Lasting Peace: What will it take?


Register Here.It is six months since October 7th, and our hearts are still breaking. How can the recognition of our joint humanity help move the world...

Yiddish Vinkl


Somerville Vinkl will be held virtually until it's safe to meet in person again. This is an opportunity for you to sharpen your Yiddish skills in...

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