An opportunity for dialogue on race, racism and social change.

Given the intention to honor Dr. King, and the racial justice reckoning we are living through, Repair will gather Jewish learners and leaders for a virtual Learn-In. The Learn-In will offer a diverse set of programs with many voices, entry points, and perspectives to deepen our learning about the themes of Dr. King’s life and legacy and move us forward together as a community.


Microgrant: Programming for and by Georgia Jews of Color
February 5, 9:00am – 5:00pm ET

Atlanta Repair and a local committee of Jews of Color have created a microgrant to support Georgia Jews of Color creating programming–either for their own communities, however defined, or for the larger public. This microgrant is powered by the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, through a Propel Innovation Grant for Jewish service and learning in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Individuals and/or organizations can apply for funding. For more information, click the link to the right. DEADLINE FEBRUARY 5. APPLY TODAY!

Jewish Racial Justice Literacy 101
January 13, 7:30pm – 8:45 pm ET

We are in the midst of a national conversation about racial justice. Some of us have been talking about this topic for years while others are unsure how to begin. Facilitated by Victoria Raggs, Trinae Watkins and Lily Brent, this event will explore key concepts on race and racism through the lived experiences of Atlanta’s diverse Jewish community. Our facilitators will lead an examination of microaggressions that take place every day in our Jewish institutions and hold space for Jews to engage in a dialogue about race. This event will scratch the surface of a very deep issue, while encouraging people of all experience levels to think about how we join collectively in the movement for equity and inclusion. REGISTER TODAY!

Jewish Racial Justice Literacy 102
January 17, 4:00pm – 5:15 pm ET

As a follow-up to Jewish Racial Justice Literacy 101, this event will explore ways to personally address microaggressions and guide participants on how to move from intention to action. Facilitated by Jada Garrett, John Eaves and Pam Sugarman, this event will provide tools for having open and honest conversations. Attendees will participate in a reflective practice on race and racial justice and leave with clear steps they can action on their learning journey. REGISTER TODAY!

Becoming Better Allies
January 18, 7:30pm – 8:45pm ET

Where have you experienced solidarity this year and when has community let you down? This discussion, moderated by Ruby-Beth Buitekant of Movement Law Lab, will feature healthcare advocate Abbie Fuksman, former Executive Director of the Tahirih Justice Center Shana Tabak, and Georgia Equality Gender Inclusion Organizer Chanel Haley. We will host a conversation on what is a “Jewish issue” at a time of growing diversity within the Jewish community, and draw upon both Jewish wisdom and Dr. King’s teachings to guide us in becoming better allies both to members of the Jewish community and to our neighbors. REGISTER TODAY!

MLK Family Singalong & Story-Time with Tkiya
January 18, 9:00am – 9:45am ET

Looking to teach your young ones about MLK’s legacy this year? Join Repair the World Atlanta, Tkiya, and 18Doors on Monday, January 18th from 9-9:45am for a virtual fun and interactive introduction to Martin Luther King Jr. Day for children ages 0-7 and their families. Through songs, stories and learning, we’ll be introducing topics of race, diversity and equity. REGISTER TODAY!







Leslie Anderson, Jonathan Arogeti, Cecelia Borgman, Breauna Dorelus, Dr. John Eaves, Robin Deutsch Edwards, Jada Garrett, Rabbi Samuel Kaye, Nicole Moore, Amy Price, Victoria Raggs, Rabbi Francine Roston, Howie Slomka, Pam Sugarman, Trinae Watkins, William Whatley