Hello and happy December, friends!
I am thrilled and honored to share that next Wednesday night, on December 11th from 8:30 pm -10:45 pm, I will be appearing at the URJ Biennial in an event called “Believe: Moving Forward in the #MeToo Era.” I will be presenting music from our new recording “Believe” and engaging in conversation with some of my most favorite, inspirational and beloved Jewish spiritual leaders – Rabbi Ken Chasen (LA), Rabbi Sydney Mintz, Cantor Marsha Attie, Rabbi Rachel Timoner and Cantor Josh Breitzer.
We will touch on some of the most complicated and nuanced parts of the #MeToo era, including the impact that this time has had upon my family and the greater community at large.
And we will sing. Together, we hope to bring some light, hope and inspiration to this timely conversation that has affected so many of us in the most personal and global of ways.
Please note that this event will begin at 8:30 pm and end at 10:45 pm. If you will be attending the conference, the room will be filled, so please pre-register! Looking forward to seeing you there.
Sending love and light to you, friends, in all corners of our world…
With warmest wishes,
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