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Israeli Poetry with Rachel Korazim - Shared screen with speaker view
Cheryl Birkner Mack
01:37:43
I can't hear
Cheryl Birkner Mack
01:38:02
I sse that Rachel is talking
Roxanne Kelber
01:38:04
no sound if very shoppe up
Marcia
01:38:08
Thank you sponsors….
Anne Clark
01:38:14
The sound is distorted
sherimorrison
01:38:21
Rachel, there’s static on the audio when you speak
NANCY GORDON
01:38:55
Rachel - do you want to ask about someone making an email group?
gdaniels
01:40:10
we can't hear Rachel
Aliza Avital
01:40:16
I was just going to say that. How choppy this is
bergeri
01:40:30
Yes very scratchy.
Jamie Stolper (she/her)
01:40:34
yes, very hard to understand
klinglevine
01:41:03
Need to continue muting everyone
sherimorrison
01:41:03
We can’t understand what you’re saying
Ruth Kaplan
01:41:05
|Still cannot hear well.
Lionel
01:41:20
This is much better.
Cheryl Birkner Mack
01:41:21
cannot hear at all
Ruth Kaplan
01:41:24
Yes better
Cheryl Birkner Mack
01:41:41
I signed out and then came back in, as someone suggested
larry
01:41:44
turn offf your cameras - it takes up too much bandwidth
Cheryl Birkner Mack
01:41:54
but I ams hearing nothingt
Cheryl Birkner Mack
01:42:24
turned computer off, still hear nothing
Jackie Ellenson
01:42:45
is this being recorded?
rbrenowitz’s iPad
01:42:46
if you
Wendy Liebow
01:43:54
yes, it’s being recorded
Cheryl Birkner Mack
01:44:32
if Rachel is giving instructions as to how to hear better, can someone write them here?
rbrenowitz’s iPad
01:44:37
Randi is rsbrenowitz@gmail.com if you are interested in Melton online learning
NANCY GORDON
01:44:38
Nancy Gordon vetex999@aol.com I do not have FB
aviva
01:45:00
avivalev-ari@alum.berkeley.edu
Lisa Bromer’s iPhone
01:45:03
on the phone, on FB, those words in grey bubbles were not present at all for me. Thanks for the email version!
Cheryl Birkner Mack
01:47:31
tried again to sign out and sign in again, this time without video. Still no sound. I guess I"ll have to wait for the recording
leorafishman
01:50:56
Can the link to the poetry be put up again? Mine got lost. Today.
Wendy Liebow
01:52:10
https://www.facebook.com/groups/211270259932026/files/
leorafishman
01:52:31
I am not on Facebook. leora_fishman@hms.harvard.edu
abklein
01:53:18
Rachel's texts can be downloaded at:https://www.templeemanuel.com/event/israeli-poetry-with-rachel-korazim-and-the-global-jewish-community/2020-03-22/
Lionel
01:54:10
Why is the Hebrew language referredto as R'eivah, hungry?
Renee Hirsch
01:59:52
in the israel national library they have these secular hagadot
Ezra Korman
02:01:09
https://www.eng.chagim.org.il/ - Machon Shitim
stanleykay
02:02:30
The poem was on the screen, now only the poets face! How do we see text of poems?
susanspitz
02:02:54
Where are the poems?
Lionel
02:03:03
Who is the editor? Who is the publisher?
Ezra Korman
02:04:14
Every Person Needs to Have a Certain Egypt:Amnon RibakEvery person needs to have acertain Egypt,To deliver themselves fromwith a strong arm,or with grinding teeth.Every person needs terror and great darkness,and comfort and promise and redemption,that they would know to look up at the sky.Every person needsOne prayer,that would always be on their lips.A person needs to bend once –Every person needs a shoulder.Every person needs to have acertain Egypt,to redeem themselves from, from the house of slavery,to get out in the middle of the night to the desert of fears,to march straight into the waters,to see them open on both sides.Every person needs a shoulder,to carry the Joseph’s bones,Every person needs to straighten their back.Every person needs to have acertain Egypt,and a Jerusalem,and one long journey,that they will remember foreverin their feet solesTranslation Vavi Toren, Rachel Korazim
dmalinsky
02:19:21
What is Akerman's Egypt in your opinion?
Jessica Mates
02:20:40
Great question. Maybe Egypt is the roles we have been assigned by our gender.
Glenda
02:21:30
please add me for next week. thank. glendasacks@gmail.com
Marcy and Ed
02:22:09
I love that the woman's perspective goes beyond cooking and cleaning, which I have seen other poems introduce as he female perspective.
Robin Friedman
02:23:46
Mute everyone
abklein
02:25:52
Everyone needs to MUTE themselves!
Lisa Bromer’s iPhone
02:28:40
typing person please mute, thx!
susanspitz
02:29:02
please mute…..
Glenda
02:29:04
I think it’s the readers hubby in the background
Debra
02:30:43
reader please ask your husband to stop typing while u read and now mute yourself
Elaine
02:32:29
it's fixed now
bergeri
02:33:20
My zoom closed and then reopened. Did this happen to anyone else?
Glenda
02:33:35
no
Varda Farber
02:34:35
voice is going in and out.
Carol
02:37:35
I don’t see the text.
susanspitz
02:38:25
No text
Deborah
02:38:32
where is the text of the poem?
susanspitz
02:38:44
it’s absent
susanspitz
02:39:22
Text just appeared
sheila kempler
02:43:36
i don’t see the text
Carol
02:43:38
Text?
susanspitz
02:43:52
Text???
abklein
02:44:11
https://www.templeemanuel.com/event/israeli-poetry-with-rachel-korazim-and-the-global-jewish-community/2020-03-22/
Jessica Mates
02:44:12
this is my favorite...
sheila kempler
02:44:47
i don’t see the text
Jessica Mates
02:44:56
Ben Gurion’s speech at the UN commission on Palestine 1947“300 years ago, there came to the New World a boat, and its name was the Mayflower. The Mayflower’s landing on Plymouth Rock was one of the great historical events in the history of England and in the history of America. But I would like to ask any Englishman sitting here on the commission, what day did the Mayflower leave port? What date was it? I’d like to ask the Americans: do they know what date the Mayflower left port in England? How many people were on the boat? Who were their leaders? What kind of food did they eat on the boat?“More than 3300 years ago, long before the Mayflower, our people left Egypt, and every Jew in the world, wherever he is, knows what day they left. And he knows what food they ate. And we still eat that food every anniversary. And we know who our leader was. And we sit down and tell the story to our children and grandchildren in order to guarantee that it will never be forgotten. And we say our two slogans: ‘Now we may
Mitchel Slomiak
02:45:04
It’s in the Facebook group under FILES
Emanuel
02:45:55
Caryl - mute your computer!
Lisa Bromer’s iPhone
02:45:59
Baruch t’hiye Rachel. So blessed to learn from you again🙏.
Elaine
02:46:45
Thank you, Rachel!