Join us as we travel to the Freeman Center at Duke University to hear Rabbi Susan Silverman’s lecture called “Pharoah was Scared Too.” A wine and cheese reception will follow the lecture.
The Rudnick lecture held at Duke's Freeman Center is sponsored by the Duke Center for Jewish Studies. Rabbi Susan Silverman's talk is from the perspective of Jewish paradigms, values and history, will challenge commonly accepted suppositions about asylum seekers in Israel and the US.
Writer, teacher and activist Rabbi Susan Silverman is the Director of Second Nurture: Every Child Deserves a Family and a Community, a program to find loving families for waiting children. She is a founder of Miklat Israel, an NGO that assists the State of Israel to create sustainable solutions for asylum seekers. Her recent book is Casting Lots: Creating a Family in a Beautiful, Broken World.
Bus leaves at 4:45 pm from Shopping Center at Strickland & Creedmoor roads
8345 Creedmoor Rd. Park near former Kroger
JCC Members: Van - $5.00. Lecture is free.
General Community: Van - $10.00. Lecture is free.
RSVP to JCC at 919-676-6170 by 2/18. Only 13 spots available.
“This program is funded in part by a grant from the BJH Foundation”