In honor of Martin Luther King Day, Larry Rubin will share his experiences as a white, Jewish civil rights activist. In the 1960s, Larry was a SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) organizer, a voting rights activist, and a union organizer. He will discuss how lessons learned in the 60's civil rights movement inform the struggle for racial justice today.
Sponsored by the Baltimore Jewish Cultural Chavurah (BJCC) and Jews United for Justice (JUFJ). The BJCC is Baltimore's only secular humanist Jewish organization. JUFJ leads Jews in the Baltimore-Washington region to act on our shared Jewish values by pursuing justice and equality in our local communities.