Are you looking for an opportunity to delve deeply into pieces of history in a meaningful way that allows you to connect the dots between intergenerational social movement work? Join us in the Social Justice Series exploring Black and Jewish dialogue. This program is open to all interested Penn students. You don’t have to be a history major. Knowledge of Civil Rights history or Black/ Jewish issues is NOT necessary for participation in this program. All we ask is a genuine interest in the topic, a willingness to learn, and a desire to meet and build new and unique relationships.
- Visit to museums in Philadelphia, New York, and D.C.
- Speaker Series on racial solidarity and allyship
- Intercultural community dialogues
- Civil Rights Spring Break Trip to the South (application coming out November 2022)
Interested in getting involved? Sign up online.
This program is a partnership between the Greenfield Intercultural Center, African American Resource Center, and Penn Hillel.