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Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein discusses “Diversity and Inclusion,” Nov. 4

On Wednesday, Nov. 4, 4 p.m., Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, rabbinic scholar and public affairs advisor for Jewish Federations of North America for a discussion, will discuss “Diversity and Inclusion” on Zoom.

An Orthodox rabbi from Yeshiva University and an author, Rabbi Rothstein was raised in a multi-racial Chabad family in Monsey, N.Y. He previously served as rabbi-in-residence at Hazon: The Jewish Lab for Sustainability, and as the spiritual and experiential educator at Carmel Academy in Greenwich. He is best known for his essay “Color Erases, Color Paints” which generated extensive debate within the Jewish community about race and diversity. He lives in Harlem, N.Y. with his wife, Leah.

Hosted by United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford’s Jewish Community Relations Council. Register at UJF.ticketspice.com.

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