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Sunday, December 4 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Storytelling for Powerful Collaboration and Social Action

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As a Jewish community, one of the ways that we articulate responsibility is through narrative and storytelling. The story of our ancestors being slaves in Egypt leads to an imperative to welcome the stranger and to help the needy. So too, stories that we tell as individuals can inspire others to come together and create change.


Speakers
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Elizabeth Aeschlimann

Liz and Leora were Fellows with the Jewish Organizing Initiative in 2010-2011. Leora Perkins is a Program Coordinator for the Greater Boston Jewish Coalition for Literacy at the JCRC. Liz Aeschlimann is a Community Organizer with United Interfaith Action of Southeastern Massachusetts. Liz and Leora have taught storytelling with JOI Fellows at numerous trainings in the Boston Area.
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Leora Perkins

Leora Perkins is a Program Coordinator for the Greater Boston Jewish Coalition for Literacy at the JCRC. She was a Fellow with the Jewish Organizing Initiative (JOI) in 2010-2011. She has also taught storytelling with JOI Fellows at numerous trainings in the Boston Area.


Sunday December 4, 2011 9:00am - 10:00am
Trager Conference Room (2nd Floor)