On April 10, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. ET, Project Kesher (PK) leaders from the US, Ukraine, and Israel will host PK’s 28th Annual Global Women’s Seder via Zoom.Continue Reading →
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Are you having a hard time deciphering the gender language of the preteens and teens in your life? Are you confused as to what it represents and why it matters so much to teens of all genders?
Moving Traditions invites you to join Alisha Pedowitz (she/her), director of teen education, and Rabbi Daniel Brenner (he/him), vice president of education, as we moderate a conversation with real families and educators; and offer practical advice on how to let your teens take the lead in teaching you what gender expansiveness means. We’ll also explore the Jewish interpretation of G-d as encompassing of all genders, and how it can facilitate our recognition of a gender expansive identity.Continue Reading →
Join Moving Traditions for a strategic conversation for Jewish camp professionals about gender and gender expansiveness as it relates to staff, campers, and camp culture.
In the last five years, many Jewish camps have welcomed both their first staff members and first campers who identify beyond the traditional gender binary. In Summer 2021, with camps resuming from Covid, these realities were heightened and raised new questions about the nature of gender at camp. Addressing those questions at the individual camper level, the staff level, the camp policy and culture level, and, at the communication level to parents and stakeholders is an area of emerging expertise for many camps.Continue Reading →
A Workshop, Curriculum and Conversation for Educators and Clergy On March 18-19, 2022, Jewish communities across North America celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the first American Bat Mitzvah, and the bat mitzvah girls who paved the way for all…Continue Reading →
On December 15, 2021, Moving Traditions hosted Risky Business: Helping Jewish Teens Make Good Choices, a webinar featuring Dr. Jess Shatkin, MD (NYU Child Study Center) in conversation with Rabbi Tamara Cohen and Rabbi Daniel Brenner.Continue Reading →
On December 15, join Moving Traditions for Risky Business: Helping Jewish Teens Make Good Choices, a webinar featuring Dr. Jess Shatkin, MD (NYU Child Study Center) in conversation with Rabbi Tamara Cohen and Rabbi Daniel Brenner.Continue Reading →
On Sunday, October 10, 2021, Moving Traditions hosted a conversation with Anita Diamant, author of Period. End of Sentence., featuring two Kol Koleinu teen feminist fellows advocating for menstrual justice, following Period Action Day. The webinar helped parents…Continue Reading →
On October 10, 2021, Moving Traditions’ hosted a conversation with Anita Diamant, best-selling author of Period. End of Sentence., featuring two Kol Koleinu teen feminist fellows advocating for menstrual justice.Continue Reading →
Please join other 8th and 9th grade Denver-based prospective teen participants and their parents on November 7, 2021 to learn more about Moving Traditions’ Rosh Hodesh group for self-identifying girls.Continue Reading →
Join Moving Traditions on May 13 as we explore ways in which we can help teens become more resilient by thinking critically about the cultural messages they receive and by developing strong, healthy friendships.Continue Reading →