Rabbi Naftali Brawer shares Jewish spiritual inspiration for everyday living.
2021 Susan J. Feigenbaum, J76 Lecture with Professor Melila Hellner Eshed
Recorded on April 18, 2021.
Gazing into the face of another has profound implications on the psychological and sociological planes. Human beings need face to face contact to thrive. Exploring this phenomenon through a mystical lens, Professor Hellner-Eshed will shed light on the centrality of the face in both human and Divine encounters.
Activism Through Art: Moral Voices 2021 Keynote Address
Recorded on April 15, 2021.
Throughout the year, Moral Voices has examined activism and how Tufts students can best fight for the issues they care about. We’ve examined various tactics employed to foster change. For our final event, we will highlight how artistic expression can be a mechanism to generate action. Artists Aysha Upchurch and Krystle Brown will discuss the techniques they use to integrate social justice messaging into their work. We will complement this perspective by showcasing social justice art from the Tufts community.
A Conversation with a Survivor and his Family: Cummings Holocaust & Genocide Keynote
Recorded on April 6, 2021.
This year, the Cummings Hillel Program for Holocaust and Genocide Education is partnering with 3GDC – a non-profit that empowers third generation survivors in our nation’s capital by creating space to share common experiences and to elevate the voices of contemporary Jewish experiences – to host a memorialization event for Yom HaShoah by examining intergenerational trauma and story-telling.