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Finding Connections - Chats with Rabbi Jonathan Freirich

Author: Rabbi Jonathan Freirich

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Conversations between people who care to make a difference in the world and Rabbi Jonathan Freirich, from Temple Beth Zion in Buffalo, New York.
7 Episodes
Our first episode - why "colorblind" and "I don't see color" are unintentionally racist and other well-intentioned racist statements. There is no neutrality in aiming for anti-racism and we talk about how to get there.
A sermon given to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo on Sunday, February 23, 2020.
A personal and community-oriented exploration of the issues of personal spirituality, religion, and racial justice with Rev. Mark Blue, Pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Lackawanna, New York, and the President of our local NAACP.
Beth Steinberg and Kara Kane, the Director and Assistant Director of Temple Beth Zion's Religious School discuss how our experiences lead us to passions for education and communal transformation.
Andrew Deyell, Head of School at Elmwood Franklin School in Buffalo, New York, and Rabbi Jonathan Freirich, discuss life as religious people who are dedicated to creating pluralism in education and throughout our communities.
In anticipation of Rabbi Barenblat and Rabbi Markus joining us in Western New York next weekend, May 17-19, we chat about their backgrounds as rabbis and Jews and leaders who take teachings of the heart and apply them to improving the world.
The Senior Pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church, Tom Yorty, and Rabbi Jonathan Freirich, of Temple Beth Zion, chat about social action in religious organizations and how best to coordinate our communal work on issues of poverty and equity in Western New York.
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