Many Faces--One Community: K'hal Amim

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Stacey Aviva Flint

Outreach, Membership and Engagement Coordinator | West Suburban Temple Har Zion

From the sound of the shofar at Sinai, a people was created out of a mixed multitude. We pray for the "ingathering of peoples," but what does Jewish diversity really entail? Stacey Flint explains.... See more

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Do First, Understand Later | My Jewish Learning

The Jews accepted the Torah with the statement "naaseh v'nishma" -- we will do and we will hear. Judaism is often said to be a religion of deed rather than of intention.

Do First, Understand Later | My Jewish Learning

The Jews accepted the Torah with the statement "naaseh v'nishma" -- we will do and we will hear. Judaism is often said to be a religion of deed rather than of intention.

Do First, Understand Later | My Jewish Learning

The Jews accepted the Torah with the statement "naaseh v'nishma" -- we will do and we will hear. Judaism is often said to be a religion of deed rather than of intention.

Stacey Aviva  Flint, 

Outreach, Membership and Engagement Coordinator | West Suburban Temple Har Zion

"Stacey Aviva Flint is a Jew of Color, urban planner, and Masters candidate in Jewish Studies at the Spertus Institute of Jewish Learning and Leadership in Chicago. Stacey began as the Policy Director for Chicago’s Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (JCUA) involved advocating for housing reform, criminal justice, and Jewish/African-American dialogue.  Stacey is passionate about Jewish African American relationship building and is a member of the Jewish Black Business Alliance, American Jewish Committee, JCRC of Chicago Jewish Federation, Chicago JCC Engagers, and the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs. Stacey is currently Outreach and Engagement Coordinator at West Suburban Temple Har Zion in River Forest, Illinois.