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Kaplan Minyan

The Bnai Keshet Kaplan Minyan is named for Reconstructionist Judaism founder Mordecai Kaplan, who sought to create a Jewish framework for discussions of ethics, culture, history, and current events. They are designed for people who enjoy a communal Shabbat and want to enrich their understanding of Jewish peoplehood in an alternative, less traditional setting.

Upcoming Sessions

Password: KAPLAN

2020-21 Sessions
October 31: Daniel Brenner - The Almost Anti-Racist Judaism of Mordecai Kaplan

November 14: Jessica S. Henry on "Smoke but no Fire: Convicting the Innocent of Crimes that Never Happened"

December 12: Anisa Mehdi - Walking a Fine Line: The Abraham Path Initiative

January 16: Miriam Schneir - Final Verdict: What Really Happened in the Rosenberg Case

February 6: Jeffrey Schein - The Ten Commandments Of Managing Our Evolving Digital Selves

March 27: Andre Willis - Exodus: Freedom in the Modern Black and Jewish Religious Imaginations

April 24: Mario Russell - American Immigration: A Very Brief History and What We Know So Far About the Trump-to-Biden Transition

Tue, May 18 2021 7 Sivan 5781