Adult Education

Our adult education programming is geared toward exploring the meaning of Jewish history, ritual, and thought from a secular perspective. Together, we grapple with questions of historical experience, values, and identity that challenge our thinking.

A foundation of Jewish and progressive literacy keeps our community strong. Come learn with us!

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Fall 2021 Adult Education Courses:

Building A Culture of Reparations: Special BWC Cohort

For the past two years, BWC's Acting for Racial & Economic Justice (AFREJ) Committee has engaged with the work of the Grassroots Reparations Campaign, an initiative of the Truth-Telling Project of Ferguson. Following up on the Kavod anti-racism course, and the recent Ujima workshops, we now invite our community to sign up for "Building a Culture of Reparations." This course is a five-session, Black-led course offered by the Grassroots Reparations Campaign and features some of the teachers who have presented AFREJ programs and introduced us to the broad scope of reparations work. We will come together as a BWC cohort for the sixth session led by AFREJ to deepen what we've learned and consider next steps together.

 

Click here for more course information and facilitator bios.

 

Dates: Sundays, August 29 - October 10 (6 sessions, skipping Labor Day) on Zoom

Time: 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. (ET)

Registration: BWC Members: $125 - $175 sliding scale

Young adult/low income Members: $75

Non-members: $150 - $200 sliding scale

The deadline to register with the BWC cohort is Sunday, August 8.

 

By signing up with the Boston Workers Circle Cohort, you are getting a discount for the course and an additional community-focused session. Join or renew your BWC membership here for the member discount. Not sure if you're a current dues-paying member or have other questions about payment? Contact info@circleboston.org.

 

 
BWC Mussar for Activists Adult Education Course, August 2019