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Social Action Meet and Greet: Intro to Durham CAN

Wednesday, November 10, 2021 6 Kislev 5782

7:00 PM - 8:30 PMzoom

Learn how affordable housing, criminal justice reform, and jobs & living wages

intersect with racial and economic justice to shape our beloved community

by joining the Judea Reform Congregation's “Intro to Durham CAN” meet and greet!

 

Through our work with Durham CAN, JRC members practice tikkun olam by engaging in social actions reflective of our Jewish values, including housing inequity, wage & economic injustice, voting rights, and systemic racism. This work also fully embraces the call issued to us as members of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism’s Brit Olam – a covenant striving to create a world in which all people experience wholeness, justice, and compassion.

Durham CAN (Congregations Associations and Neighborhoods) is a local non-profit organization that organizes communities in Durham across religious, racial, and class lines for the public good. Durham CAN is based in congregations, associations, schools, non-profits, community health centers, and neighborhood organizations that share a concern for families and democracy. CAN works to strengthen congregations and community institutions and build relationships among people and institutions across Durham County.

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