Full course description
Taught by Keshet; participants should plan on attending both parts. Part I: Learn key concepts pertaining to the LGBTQ+ community and strategize about ways to make your Hillels more equitable places. Part II: Learn about universal design, how it can be applied to your Hillel and how to engage in campus-wide planning efforts to create more inclusive spaces. Part I: Tues. Dec. 17: 1-2pm EST /10-11am PST and Part II: Tues Jan. 21st 4-5pm EST/1-2pm PST.
This session is a part of the "Elevating Identity: Strategies for Engaging Every Jewish Student" series – a nine-part educational series brought to you by the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Initiative at Hillel and Hillel U’s Center for Engagement, Inclusion, & Wellness. This series of online learning sessions focuses on identity and inclusion in efforts to move towards our organizational goal of reaching and engaging “every Jewish student”. When we say “every”, we mean it, but often struggle with putting it into practice. The overall goal of this series is to better prepare each participant to engage all students through an increased understanding of our communities’ diversity, how our own identities impact our work, and how the narratives we are familiar with dictate our course of action on campus. You do not need to join all nine sessions, but you are encouraged to join as many as possible. Check the Hillel U Catalog the rest of the series’ sessions!
This Course is for:
- Tuesday, December 17, 2019, 1:00-2:00pm EST/10:00-11:00am PST
Dubbs Weinblatt (they/them) brings their flair for performance, partnerships and engagement to their role as Keshet's Associate Director of Education and Training in the New York Metro area, where they work to better integrate LGBTQ-inclusive policy, programming, culture, and leadership in Jewish institutions. Keshet is a national organization that works for the full equality of all LGBTQ Jews and our families in Jewish life.
They are the Founder and Executive Producer of Thank You For Coming Out, a queer improv show and now weekly podcast, and Co-Founder and Executive Producer of Craft Your Truth, an organization that encourages LGBTQ folks to use any kind of performance art as a way to express their stories and connect with their community around them. Dubbs earned their B.S. from The Ohio State University and currently volunteers with New Alternatives. They are currently writing a book.
Questions? Please contact HillelU@hillel.org