Sat Oct 17: Hate has no Home in University City – Stand with our Jewish Neighbors

From Change Begins With ME: On Saturday, October 17, 11 to 12 PM, on Governor Drive, adjacent to UC MarketPlace, 3202 Governor, Change Begins with ME is calling on University City and the greater San Diego community to condemn anti-Semitism and to show up in solidarity with their Jewish neighbors. “As our University City Jewish community gathers for Shabbat, we will stand in support along both sides of Governor Drive with posters expressing our love for our neighbors.” They indicate that masks and social distancing are required. For more information, visit https://changebeginswithmesite.wordpress.com/


On Sunday, October 18, at 8 PM, Rabbi Yonatan Halevy and the Shiviti Community invite the public to a Lecture “Healing Hatred of the Heart”. This lecture will be conducted via Zoom. For security purposes, the waiting room feature will be enabled and full names must be used and camera must be on for moderator to allow you into the meeting. For more information, visit https://shiviti.org/hatecrime/


For related posts from UCCA, visit https://www.universitycitynews.org/category/neighborhood-watch/

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