Confronting and understanding our privilege can be an uncomfortable and daunting experience. As members of both marginalized and privileged groups, Jews share a unique position in society of both understanding certain aspects of oppression, while also having the power and responsibility to uplift others. Additionally, Judaism has a long history and tradition of generosity and service through “Gemilut Chasadim” (acts of charity) and “Tikkun Olam” (repairing the world).
This year, when Tu B’Shvat and Martin Luther King Jr. Day intersect, join Tribe 12 in a guided meditation and reflection on oppression, inequality, the ways we can accept the discomfort that accompanies our privilege and how we can use our privilege to elevate other marginalized groups.
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