Join Moishe House Silicon Valley and Repair the World to discuss the modern civil rights issue of homelessness in the Bay Area. We’ll explore the dual impacts of racism and COVID on homeless youth, and local organizations that are working in our community to make change. We’ll also use text study to learn about Jewish thinking on shelter and community support. At the end of the training, participants will have the opportunity to sign up for a shift supporting the Tiny House Village in Oakland, California.
This session is a part of Jewbilee, http://www.apjcc.org/Jewbilee. For young adults ages 22-35.
Facilitator: Hannah Trumbull, City Coordinator, Repair the World Bay Area
Hannah is passionate about fighting for racial and gender justice alongside members of impacted communities. At Repair the World, she organizes Jews and their communities to take action for social change. Hannah is certified as a mediator and domestic violence counselor, and formerly counseled Jewish DV survivors at Shalom Bayit. She was honored as a Bend the Arc Jeremiah fellow, UC Davis Writing Fellow, and was the 2017 UC Davis graduation student speaker. Hannah lives with 10 friends in a co-op, where she plays music and makes lots of Jewish food.