“But You Don’t Look Jewish”: Unpacking and Addressing Unconscious Bias

How can we become better advocates and allies for Jewish diversity and LGBTQ+ equality? As we fight against religious fundamentalists trying to weaponize our government to remove rights from those we love, we must first explore and address our own unconscious biases. Please join us on April 10th to learn more.

As part of JFASD’s “Religious Freedom and Jewish Women in Florida” project, this enlightening workshop will delve into the lived experiences of LGBTQ+ Jews of Color, illuminating their unique narratives within the Jewish community.

Beyond mere awareness, this webinar will provide you with practical insights on confronting your own implicit biases, fostering genuine inclusivity, and nurturing unity in your community. Don’t miss out – register today!
Sage Cassell-Rosenberg (they/him) serves as the Jews of Color Program Manager at Keshet and leads with a unique perspective. Born and raised in Miami Beach, Sage is a non-binary and queer POC, from a Jewish Modern Orthodox background. Sage has led DEIB workshops and initiatives across the globe, driving transformative conversations on unpacking and addressing implicit bias, belonging, and fostering psychological safety. With a multifaceted approach informed by their passion to create stronger and more vibrant communities for marginalized folks, while also strengthening allies, Sage empowers individuals and organizations to navigate complex societal landscapes with empathy, understanding, and emotional intelligence.
Special thank you to our project’s grant sponsor, the Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, and to this webinar’s cosponsors: Society for Humanistic Judaism;Jewish Federation of Broward County Community Relations Council; National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Miami Section; Congregation Beth Adam; Florida National Organization for WomenTemple Israel Orlando; and, Florida Freedom to Read.

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