December 2, 2020, 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm
According to the Torah, and subsequent rabbinic exegesis, a much-maligned group of people left an oppressive society during the Exodus –
together with the Israelites. Who were they, and why did they choose to throw in their lot with the Israelites? What do they have to teach us
about how identities and oppressions overlap and intersect and/or how socially disadvantaged groups may be pitted against each other, and how might they help us consider our obligations to others who are facing discrimination and oppression in our society?
Equity, Forgiveness, and Intersectionality: Rabbi Dr. Gail Labovitz on what Exodus has to teach us about intersectionality
This is part three in a four-part series.
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