Dress up your car in a costume, and come on down to the Brown parking lot across from the Jewish Alliance for Purim-related entertainment, food, and giveaways. All families must arrive and remain in their cars throughout the carnival! Hosted by the Jewish Alliance of Greater RI, Jewish Community Day School of RI, Temple Emanu-El, […]
When each side in a conflict pulls you to join its bunker, how do you stay in the open? In the struggle to achieve equal rights, how do you avoid self- victimizing? Mira Awad is a singer, songwriter, actress, artist, and content creator. Through her art, Mira is a relentless activist and is dedicated to […]
Join the Alliance’s Virtual Book Club and gain new perspectives on life and literature –– without having to leave home! Our next read is The Sisters Weiss by Naomi Ragen. About the book: In 1950’s Brooklyn, sisters Rose and Pearl Weiss grow up in a loving but strict ultra-Orthodox Jewish family, never dreaming of defying their parents or […]
National Day of Unplugging is an awareness campaign that promotes a 24-hour respite from technology annually observed the first weekend in March. Participation is open to anyone who wishes to elevate human connection over digital engagement. Learn more here.
Come learn about the importance of the state-wide “Driver’s License for All” campaign as well as key advocacy opportunities to support this initiative. This program will feature Hannah Toriz from The Immigration Coalition of Rhode Island and community organizers from AMOR, Arely Diaz and Isabely Garcia. Registration Link Here. For more information, contact Stephanie Hague.
Amy S.F. Lutz combines personal narrative, interviews, and research in philosophy, psychology, psychiatry, disability studies, bioethics, and sociology to examine social issues such as inclusion, therapeutics, and religion through the lens of her son Jonah’s severe autism. This collection features essays about the b’nai mitzvah the author shared with her son, the often-fraught experience of taking him […]