Dr. Judith Rosenbaum

50 Years after the Freedom Rides: Jewish Lessons from the Civil Rights Movement

Rosenbaum pic  Judith Rosenbaum’s webinar addresses the following questions:

          • What is Jewish about the story of the Civil Rights Movement?
          • What are some of the untold stories of Jews and the Civil Rights Movement?
          • Why did some Jews feels ambivalence about civil rights?
          • How did Jews bring what they learned from the Civil Rights Movement into their work in the Jewish community?
          • What is relevant about this history for the Jewish community today?

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Judith Rosenbaum is director of Public History at the Jewish Women’s Archivewhere she directs JWA’s educational initiatives including the new LIVING THE LEGACY social justice curriculum , the JEWISH WOMAN and the FEMINIST REVOLUTION  exhibit, and the national Institutes for Educators. She earned her PhD in History from Brown University and has taught Jewish studies and Women’s studies at Brown, Boston University, the Center for Adult Jewish Learning at Hebrew College, and Gann Academy.

Video coming soon…