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JPOD Charlotte

With so much programming going on within the Jewish community JPOD CLT aims to educate and inform you each week, so you can get involved in programs that you feel passionate about.  Episodes will cover topics ranging from social action opportunities, holiday and community events, or personal stories, and how they make our Jewish community stronger and more visible to the greater Charlotte region.  Listen on your way to work, school or the gym once a week for just a few minutes to learn about the opportunities and stories available in your Jewish backyard.  Please send feedback, ideas, or events to jpodclt@gmail.com

Jan 20, 2020

Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice at Queen University of Charlotte

Part 2: Talli Dippold

From archiving survivor stories to humanizing the holocaust to providing education curriculum to partnering with community leaders they are bringing the lesson of the past into conversation with our present in order...


Jan 13, 2020

Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice at Queen University of Charlotte

Part 1: Rabbi Judy Schindler

Giving voice to the voiceless, and forming community partnerships to create positive change. Drawing on history to guide our way as we advocate for those who need a spark of hope to lead them out of...


Jan 6, 2020

Charlotte Jewish Film Festival 2020

The selection committee whittled the films down from over 200 to their top 16.   Jeff Turk, co-chair, previews the 2020 film festival.  Comedy, Documentary, Politics, Basketball, Food and more there is something for everyone this year.  

https://charlottejewishfilm.com


Dec 16, 2019

Rabbi Hanan Schlesinger - Director of International Relations and one of the founders of Roots and Shadi Abu Awwad - Founder of Roots Teen Group and United States Palestinian Representative share the work they do through face-to-face interactions, to build a pre-political movement of understanding, nonviolence,...


Dec 9, 2019

Hanukkah/Chanukah

The only publicly celebrated Jewish holiday I can think of.  There are many ways to celebrate this year all over the Greater Charlotte area, from Lake Norman to Uptown to South Charlotte to Sun City to SC.  Light the candles, give a gift to JFS, teach your child's classroom and eat donuts.