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High Holy Day Resource List 2022 / 5783

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Events

Resistance, Freedom, Forgiveness, and Joy in the Month of Elul: A Study & Reflection Series for Black Jews. Black Jewish Liberation Collective. Tuesdays September 6-October 11 

Selichot. Kol Tzedek. September 17 

Pizza and Teshuva: A JoC Affinity Space. Urban Adamah. September 18 

Dancing with the Stars, with Yoshi Silverstein. Project Shamash, Kehilla Synagogue, Jews in ALL Hues, and Urban Adamah. September 20 

Screening of “40 Days of Teshuvah.” The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore, with Kohenet Dr. Harriette Wimms and Yehudah Webster, September 22

Sephardi Egalitarian High Holiday Services, Congregation Beth Elohim. September 25

High Holidays 5783 (services), Jews in All Hues. September 26

Second Day Rosh Hashanah with Jewtina, Jewtina y Co. September 27

Jews of Color Shabbat, High Holiday Edition, OneTable. September 30

Yom Kippur Cacao Ceremony, with Jewtina. Urban Adamah. October 3 

POC Cheshvan Well Circle, At The Well. October 27

 

Readings and More

The Rosh Hashana Seder: Latinx Edition | El Seder de Rosh Hashaná: Edición Latina, Jewtina y Co.

For Black Jews, Policing Synagogues will Never be the Solution, 2022 

Sukkot, Justice and the AHUY Model, 2022

Black, Jewish and Avoiding the Synagogue on the High Holy Days, September 2017 

Being Black and Jewish during the High Holidays, September 2017 

My High Holiday Prayer: Stop Exploiting Jews of Color, September 2018 

During the Jewish High Holidays, there’s a growing awareness that not all U.S. Jews are white, September 2019 

Jews of Color: Our Blind Spot, Rosh Hashanah September 2017 

It’s Time for the Jewish Community to do Teshuva for its Treatment of Jews of Color, October 2019 

Compilation of resources and articles about Rosh Hashanah and diverse Jews from Be’Chol Lashon 

Ethiopian, Yemeni or Ashkenazi: Traditions Behind Rosh Hashanah Breads, September 2019 

Ethiopian Rosh Hashanah Blends Unique Customs, September 2017 

 


 

Want to share other JoC-centered events or resources for this list? Email emma@jewsofcolorinitiative.org

Date Posted

September 2022

Author

Jews of Color Initiative