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Risky Business: Promotional Toolkit

On December 15, Moving Traditions will host Risky Business: Helping Jewish Teens Make Good Choices. This webinar for parents and educators features Dr. Jess Shatkin in conversation with our own Rabbi Tamara Cohen and Rabbi Daniel Brenner. Please help us spread the word about this event using these resources and templates.

Event promotion graphic

Download this graphic to elevate your post or email!

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

Ways you can spread the word through social media:

  1. Follow Moving Traditions on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Like and share our posts to your followers.
  2. If you’re on Facebook, RSVP to our Facebook event and invite your friends via Facebook. (Be sure you also register on our website!)
  3. If you want to do more, you can copy and paste your choice of these sample posts, customizing as you’d like:
    • I can’t wait for @MovingTraditions’ Dec. 15th #webinar, Risky Business: Helping Jewish Teens Make Good Choices! Learn more and register to join me: movingtraditions.org/risky-business
    • On Dec. 15, Dr. Jess Shatkin will join @MovingTraditions’ Rabbi Tamara Cohen & Rabbi Daniel Brenner for Risky Business: Helping Jewish Teens Make Good Choices. I wouldn’t miss this webinar for parents and educators! Register to join me: movingtraditions.org/risky-business
    • Today’s adolescents are facing a lot, whether they are pushing the boundaries around drugs, alcohol, and sex, or struggling with anxieties from the pandemic. Join me for @MovingTraditions’ webinar, Risky Business, on Dec. 15: movingtraditions.org/risky-business

EMAIL / NEWSLETTERS

Copy and paste this blurb to email your friends or colleagues, or insert this into an upcoming email newsletter:

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. The webinar, geared toward parents and educators of Jewish preteens and teens, will focus on how to embolden adolescents to strengthen their personal wellbeing (shleimut), respectful relationships (hesed), and pursuit of justice (tzedek)—while they take healthy risks and experience the world.

Learn more and register: www.movingtraditions.org/risky-business

PROMOTIONAL GRAPHICS

Download these graphics to call extra attention to your posts or email newsletters:

  • Landscape (best for Facebook and Twitter)
  • Square (best for Instagram and newsletters)

 


ABOUT MOVING TRADITIONS:

This event is brought to you by Moving Traditions, a national nonprofit that emboldens Jewish youth to challenge gender stereotyping and other forms of discrimination and to pursue personal wholeness (shleimut), caring connections (hesed), and a just and equitable world (tzedek). Our suite of programs includes Moving Traditions B-Mitzvah Family Education Program for preteens and parents; Teen Groups for teens as they self-identify, with Rosh Hodesh for teen girls, Shevet for teen boys, Tzelem for LGBTQ+ teens, and Kulam for everyone; and the Kol Koleinu Teen Feminist Fellowship.

 

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