Tuesdays, February 19, March 19, and April 16, 2:00 pm
Per session: $5 General
Find your center and quiet your mind with meditation teacher Alison Laichter, founder of the Jewish Meditation Center in New York City. Drawing from the long history of contemplative practice within Judaism, Laichter infuses meditation techniques with Jewish language, intentions, texts, and understanding for an inclusive and illuminating session.
Carrying RBG’s Legacy Forward into the Twenty-First Century
Sunday, March 10, 3:00 pm
$12 General; $10 Seniors and Full-Time Students; FREE to Members
Who will carry Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s remarkable legacy into the next generation? In this engaging program, hear from panelists Katherine Ku (attorney and former RBG clerk), Sonya Passi (Founder and CEO of FreeForm, an organization dedicated to making safety affordable for survivors of domestic violence), and Jessie Kornberg (President and CEO of Bet Tzedek, provider of free legal services to those who need them most).
Hear from the artist’s son and director of the Kwame Brathwaite Archives, Kwame S. Brathwaite, along with fashion designer Mimi Plange and other guests to be announced, and they examine the social impact of Brathwaite’s photography. This informative panel will also consider contemporary issues of representation and activism through media.
In her heartrending graphic memoir, National Book Critics Circle f inalist Nora Krug excavates her family’s troubling wartime past in Nazi Germany. Hailed as “a mazy and ingenious reckoning with the past” by the New York Times, this page-turning collage is also profoundly meaningful to contemporary American life.