Jewish Learning is a lifetime endeavor!
Upcoming Adult Education Events
Olympic Pride, American Prejudice with author and filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper
Tuesday, June 30
12-1 PM (PT)
TBT is proud to be a community partner with the Holocaust Center for Humanity for this Lunch & Learn program next Tuesday. Set against the turbulent backdrop of a segregated United States, 16 black men and two black women are torn between boycotting the Olympic Games in Nazi Germany or participating. If they go, they would represent a country that considered them second-class citizens and would compete amid a strong undercurrent of Aryan superiority that considered them inferior. Yet, if they stayed, would they ever have to chance to prove them wrong on a global stage? Learn more and join the program.
Chocolate Challah Baking
Thursday, July 16
Bake along with Perry Blankinship and learn her secret recipe and methods for making her award-winning chocolate challah. RSVP is required! Registration is limited, but we can repeat the class if there’s an overflow of interest. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the recipe and the Zoom link for the class.
Community Conversation About Race
Thursday, July 23
Read or listen to “So you want to talk about race” by local author Ijeoma Oluo then join a discussion about the book and why we want to talk about race as a community. And not just talk, but take action to make a difference. The book is available digitally at the King County Library System as an audiobook or eBook. It’s lively and entertaining, in addition to being about a serious topic that many of us are curious to explore further. Email email@example.com for the Zoom link.