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Join us for a transformative day of empowerment and enlightenment at the “Jewish Women and Religious Freedom” Conference┬átaking place on December 3, 2023, at Temple Beth Emet in Cooper City, Florida.

This in-person gathering brings together passionate advocates, thought leaders, and inspiring voices to explore the intersection of religious freedom, personal power, and public policy.

We are honored to welcome esteemed speakers includes Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-25), Supreme Court Justice Barbara Pariente (ret), and Mayor of Broward County and former State Senator Nan Rich, who will share their unique perspectives and experiences. Other esteemed speakers include Mona Reis, Michele Eiger, Laura Rodriguez, Denise Lettau, Kristen Browde, Sage Cassell-Rosenberg and more!

ABOUT THE PROGRAM: Our keynote and special guest speakers will address what is happening in Florida and around the country in the fight for our rights in the courts, the government, and on the ground. Throughout the day, attendees will also have the opportunity to engage in dynamic smaller breakout sessions covering crucial topics such as reproductive rights and the Florida ballot measure, public education, implicit bias, grassroots advocacy and organizing, and the power of personal stories. FULL SCHEDULE HERE.

These sessions will provide a platform for open dialogue, education, and the sharing of strategies and ideas to effect meaningful change.

REGISTER HERE! Registration includes lunch and morning coffee and snacks. Fee is nonrefundable. Walk-ins cannot be accommodated so register today!

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Special thank you to our sponsor, the Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, and our cosponsors: Society for Humanistic Judaism; Temple Beth Emet; Florida National Organization for Women; Congregation Beth Adam South Florida Center for Humanistic Judaism; Temple Israel Orlando; Jewish Community Relations Council of Broward County; National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Miami Section; RAC-FL; Florida Freedom To Read; Keshet; Women’s Foundation of Florida; and the League of Women Voters of Florida.