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    • Sun, Apr 01 @ 3:00 PM
    (North Ave classroom)

    Jacobin Reading Group

    We hold open discussions on socialism and related topics prompted by articles available for free online at  Whatever your background, your perspective can help us all imagine a world without capitalism or oppressive cultural norms.

    • Wed, Apr 04 @ 6:00 PM
    • Wed, May 02 @ 6:00 PM
    • Wed, Jun 06 @ 6:00 PM

    Intro to Energy Healing

    Recieve an Usui Reiki Level 1 Attunement and learn how to use Reiki to heal yourself and others.

    • Thu, Apr 05 @ 6:00 PM
    (North Ave classroom)

    Feminist Beit/Midrash

    The Beit/Midrash is a monthly study group that reads between the lines of the Torah and Midrash to reach our own radically personal interpretations of sacred texts. We study in Hebrew and English and provide assistance to anyone who doesn't know or is learning Hebrew. Texts are provided, and topics are selected by the group! All are welcome, but the group is best suited for people over 13.

    • Sun, Mar 25 @ 10:00 AM
    • Sun, Apr 08 @ 10:00 AM
    (North Ave classroom)

    Reform or Revolution Reading Group

    This reading group is open to everyone. We will be reading Rosa Luxemburg's essential "Reform or Revolution". Over the course of 4 sessions we will interpret and analyze the text, debate Luxemburg's arguments, and attempt to apply the lessons of the text to our current historical moment.

    • Sun, Apr 01 @ 2:00 PM
    • Sun, Apr 08 @ 2:00 PM
    (North Ave classroom)

    Identity: Who, Where, and When am I?

    We live in an age full of people trying to figure out who they are and where their place in the world should be. Everyone is an individual, and knowing who we are is not only important, but surprisingly difficult. This course will be about trying to learn what defines us. Using differently brainstorming activities and exercises in metacognition, members of the course will learn how to be able to answer the seemingly simple question: who am I?