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Past Event

Climate Grief and Resilience Workshop

Sunday, January 28, 2024 3–5 pm

Location

  • Capital Jewish Museum
    575 3rd Street, NW, Washington, DC

Tickets

  • Free

Registration Required

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Join Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action for a facilitated workshop designed to bring communities together to confront the climate crisis with courage, rooted in Jewish wisdom.

This interactive workshop is part of an emerging field of climate spiritual adaptation work, anchored in practices from The Work That Reconnects by Joanna Macy. Grounded in Jewish wisdom, song, and courageous conversations with one another, it offers a unique opportunity to process climate grief, cultivate active hope to build our a livable, just future, and a pathway forward to bold, systemic action.

Free; Registration Required

Presented in partnership with the Museum, Interfaith Power & Light (DC. MD. NoVA), New Synagogue Project, Sixth & I, and Tiferet Israel Dayenu Circle.

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