Due to unforeseen circumstances, this program has been postponed from its original date (March 21, 2021) and will now take place on Sunday, July 25, at 11 AM Pacific.
**Please note that live closed captioning will be available for this event.**
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Facilitated by Marva Shalev Marom
Marva Shalev Marom will lead an examination of the prejudices faced by Ethiopian Jews in Israel through this short story by Dalia Betolin-Sherman. Please click here to access the story online.
Marva Shalev Marom is a PhD student at Stanford Graduate School of Education, in the concentrations of Education and Jewish Studies and Race Inequality and Language in Education. She holds a BA and an MA in religious studies from Tel Aviv University. For over a decade, she has created music education programs in collaboration with Ethiopian Israeli youths in the Tel Aviv periphery. Her dissertation is a community-based research project done in collaboration with four Ethiopian Israeli teenage girls. Together, they explore the intersection of Jewishness and Blackness in Israel from the perspective of Black, Jewish, Ethiopian, Israeli young women.
Program made possible, in part, by Allison Green.