Honoring the Teaching of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Two Guests, Two Perspectives
Temple B’nai Abraham has a long history of promoting social justice, and we are continuing that tradition in 2022 with two guest speakers the week of the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial holiday.
Jan. 9, 3:30-4:30 PM
Amy Feinman by Zoom
United Against Hate & Racism: Pursuing Justice as a Multiracial Jewish Community.
Amy Feinman Northeast Area Civil Rights Counsel Amy Feinman serves as Northeast Area Civil Rights Counsel for the Anti-Defamation League. In that capacity, she oversees ADL’s civil rights work in 13 states and advises 5 of ADL’s regional offices – New England, Connecticut, New York/New Jersey, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.
Prior to joining ADL, Amy worked as a litigation associate at the law firm Latham & Watkins in Boston, where she maintained a pro bono practice focused on education equity and juvenile justice cases. Amy is a 2009 graduate of the University of Michigan and a 2012 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Shabbat evening services, Jan. 14, 6:30 PM
Update: The visit by Rev. Dr. Ronald L. Owens of the New Hope Baptist Church of Metuchen to TBA has been postponed. Our service will still be dedicated to remembering Dr. King’s life and legacy. Please join us in person or by streaming.
RSVP to MLK speakers
The Jan. 9 presentation is by Zoom. Services on Jan. 14 are hybrid, and may be seen live-streamed if you are not comfortable attending in person.
To attend in person: All those attending 12 years and older must show proof of vaccination, or show a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours or a rapid test taken within 48 hours. All will be required to wear a mask and observe social distancing.
Proof of vaccination or negative PCR or rapid test must be shown to the security guard when you arrive. If your vaccination card is on file, you will not need to show proof.
In addition, this form must be filled out and may be done online. If you are unable to complete it online, please arrive early to fill it out in person.