Cancellation and the Jewish Ethos of Disagreement
Recent Programs • 57m
At a time when differing perspectives can easily lead to the cancellation of an individual or group, what does Judaism teach us about how to handle significant disagreement? Guided by the wisdom of Jewish tradition, explore how we can approach forgiveness, and how we can heal the divisions rending our culture today.
Presented in partnership with SAPIR: Ideas for a Thriving Jewish Future
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