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Stephen Wise Temple and Schools Community Read: People Love Dead Jews, by Dara Horn in conversation with Rabbi Sari Laufer

Thursday, February 3, 2022 2 Adar I 5782

7:00 PM - 8:00 PMStephen Wise Temple Sanctuary or Zoom

Join your entire Wise community to explore this dark, witty, and vitally important book about history, memory, and the future of Jewish life and living. From The Merchant of Venice to Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, from Harbin, China to Poway, CA, award-winning author, columnist, and podcaster Dara Horn explores the ways we remember—and forget—Jewish tragedy. Telling stories of loss and grief, but also stories of bravery and love, Dara Horn confronts ancient and historical violence against Jews, and tackles the upswing of modern antisemitism, wrestling with the idea that the ways we remember are inextricable from the way we relate to what is happening today. With a provocative title and a provocative premise, this conversation will be riveting and relevant to our lives as Jews as 2022 begins.

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or
b) screenshots of LA County, State of California, or other government-issued digital vaccination records.
Names and dates must be clearly visible.
Booster shot not required.
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