Civil Rights & Jewish Values
Roberta S. Clark, Executive Director,
Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City
Monday, December 21 @ 6 p.m.
What are civil rights? How do we define hatred? How do Jewish texts and traditions instruct us regarding how we treat each other? Join us for an engaging discussion around understanding how hatred impacts our world and ways Judaism instructs us to strive to "be a light unto the nations."
No prerequisites to attend and all are welcome. This session is free to attend. Pre-registration is required via this Zoom link.
Roberta S. Clark spent fourteen years working for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) prior to assuming her role as Executive Director of the Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City. Throughout her career she has trained thousands of law enforcement professionals on issues and incidents related to hate groups, extremism and terrorism; provided trainings in the areas of bullying and cyber bullying; and provided guidance and assistance to community members who believe they have been the victims of discrimination and/or hate crimes. She holds MA degrees in Jewish Studies and Jewish Education from Gratz College in Melrose Park, PA.