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SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center | 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie
Experience the incredible true story of blacklisted TV director Leo Hurwitz (Anthony LaPaglia) and TV producer Milton Fruchtman (Martin Freeman)--the team who brought cameras to the courtroom to globally televise the historic 1961 trial of Nazi Adolf Eichmann for his role in engineering "The Final Solution."
Chicago Tribune's Howard Reich, a child of Holocaust Survivors, leads a post-screening discussion that taps into his first-hand memories of the trial's impact on local Survivors.
Free with Museum admission.

Explore the Holocaust through two diference perspectives ... for more info click on image!

Fabric Of Survival


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Travels In American Jewish History:  
San Francisco!
June 7-11, 2017

During the course of this event, you will have the opportunity to study and learn in a scenic setting while participating in interactive discussions with learned scholars and other knowledgeable participants.  We will visit historic Jewish locales while site seeing in and around this beautiful city. We will have the opportunity to attend services at one of San Francisco's historic Reform congregations.  If you enjoy history and beautiful scenery, you will certainly want to attend Travels.
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For More Information Contact:
Lisa Frankel | 


Consultation on CONSCIENCE

at the

Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (or "the RAC")  

the hub of Jewish social justice and legislative activity in Washington, D.C.

April 30 - May 2, 2017

Washington, DC

Join us as the RAC brings together Reform Jewish advocates and allies in a powerful moment of collective reflection, conversation, and action. Together, we will engage in three days of community building, leadership development, and active dialogue with leading national figures to deepen our commitment to the fight for progressive social change in North America.

Get involved!

Join Beth Hillel’s Delegation

Innovation requires more than the work of an individual. To build a congregation with justice at the center, you need a team that is diverse, powerful, trained, and committed. To make systemic change, you need to know both your congregation and the broader ecosystem.

We are building the foundation to advance the Reform Movement’s fight for social justice. Attending Consultation as a Delegation is a key part of helping your congregation plug into this North American movement.

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Contact Rabbi Feingold or Harriet Lavin for more information as to how to join our delegation.


In addition, feel free to bring unopened "chametz" before Passover begins--through April 9 only please. The non-perishables will be taken to the Shalom Center Food Pantry before the holiday begins.
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