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We will be discussing the book: Inclusion and the Power of the Individual: In the Teachings of the The Lubavitcher Rebbe. A small, powerful book that opens the mind and softens the heart to the ideal of inclusion. Peppered with anecdotes and gems of wisdom the reader comes away with a new appreciation for themselves and for others.

Inclusion and the Power of the Individual (Sollish)
We will be tackling Rabbi Ari Solish's book Inclusion and the Power of the Individual: In the Teachings of the The Lubavitcher Rebbe. 

Rabbi Solish is the Director of the Intown Jewish Academy in Atlanta and a noted author and sought after lecturer. He will be joining our closing session to share about his journey in authoring this book and to answer your questions.

  • A small, powerful book that opens the mind and softens the heart to the full ideal of inclusion.

  • Peppered with anecdotes and gems of wisdom the reader comes away with a new appreciation for themselves and for others.

  • There is no prior Jewish education needed to appreciate and comprehend this work. 

We will be doing this book club in February, JDAIM (Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month)

Order the book on Amazon, directly from the publisher or your favorite bookseller.  

Please read the introduction and the first two chapter before the class, so we can discuss!

Please note:

  • This Book Club will be meeting over Zoom. The login will be sent to all registratns. 
  • We will be meeting on four Wednesdays, begininng February 10th. 
  • Registration is only required once for the whole series. 
When
February 24th, 2021 1:00 PM through  2:00 PM
Event Fee(s)
Suggested Donation $ 30.00