Jewish Parenting for Pandemics and Everyday Life

Jewish Parenting for Pandemics and Everyday Life

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What does it mean to be a Jewish parent? How do we utilize the tools of our tradition- the rituals, values and culture- to help us build resilience and Jewish identity in our precious kids?

Rabbi Avram Mloktek, Rabbi-in-Residence; Yael Kahn-Pinto, Director, The Wasserman Center for Family Life and Sarah-Kay Lacks, Director of the Center for Jewish Living come together for a open-hearted, honest and interactive conversation about parenting in a pandemic, managing our collective guilt and how to bring the light of Jewishness into your home even when it's an hour past bedtime.

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