Honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this MLK Weekend through learning and service.
MLK Shabbat Dinners in Brooklyn and Harlem On Friday, January 18, 2019 explore “Action in a Time of Injustice” through conversations about race, faith, equity, and justice. To join us for our Shabbat dinners click here for our Brooklyn dinner and here for Harlem.
Meaningful Service Opportunities Over the course of the week, we are offering 40+ opportunities to participate in meaningful service projects in Brooklyn and Harlem. See below.
Thanks to our partners!
UJA Federation of NY, JCC Harlem, Congregation Beth Elohim, OneTable, Muslims Against Hunger, St. John’s Bread and Life, The Campaign Against Hunger, MET Council on Jewish Poverty, Metropolitan Council on Housing, Reading Partners, Hannah Senesh Community Day School, Union Temple, Brooklyn Community Services, Young Judaea, Crown Heights Tenants Union, CAMBA, Hunger Free America, Community Kitchen and Pantry of West Harlem, Mandala Cafe, Gift of Life, Brooklyn Movement Center, Imani Garden, East Harlem Tutorial Program, Bushwick City Farm, Seeds in the Middle, Friends of Brower Park, Brooklyn Landmark Elementary, Digital Girl Inc., Free Minds, Global Kids, Books through Bars, Kolot Chayeinu, Fig Tree Program, B’nai Jeshurun, Manny Cantor Center, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, New York City Commission on Human Rights, Harlem Grown, the Osborne Association, Bechol Lashon, Hazon, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, Based in Harlem, and Harlem Moishe House