“The Workmen's Circle is my Jewish community because it allows me to express all the different aspects of my Jewish identity in one place. It’s where I act for change while being part of a larger, inter-generational community.”
Projects & Workshops
When the economic crisis hit in 2008, young adults gathered for a series of living room conversations. We talked about how the economic crisis was affecting us, and we talked about how we want to respond to it as a community. Since then, we have worked to build Boston Workmen's Circle as a radical mutual aid society for today – a place where we can help each other to live more sustainable, communal, and thoughtful lives.
Want to get involved? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 617-566-6281.
What's Happening Now:
- Ashkenazi Identity and White Jews Working Against Racism: A Conversation and Potluck led by Ri J Turner. To register click here.
- The Secular Talmud taught by Laynie Soloman. To register click here.
More info on the above classes here!
Past projects include:
- Jewish diversity workshops: "What does Jewish Look Like?"
- A discussion series on the cooperative model of "solidarity economy"
- Skillshares on everything from fixing bicycles to baking challah
- Neighborhood meal swaps