Detroit Jews for Justice, The Birmingham Temple Congregation for Humanistic Judaism, Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic Studies and Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring (Michigan) invite you to join us for a concert with the phenomenal Daniel Kahn & the Painted Bird on Tuesday, September 25th, 6pm at Marble Bar. We are so excited to announce that Sacramento Knoxx (photo at right by Yasmine Omari: www.yasmineomari.com) will be opening!
Based in Berlin, Daniel Kahn and the Painted Bird's music has been described as "a mixture of Klezmer, radical Yiddish song, political cabaret and punk folk.” (Daniel proudly hails from Detroit.) Not to be missed!
Buy your sliding-scale ticket below. Please consider supporting this event with a donation if you are able. Proceeds will benefit DJJ’s work for racial and economic justice and Birmingham Temple’s efforts to support a local family of Syrian refugees.
Doors open at 6pm. Sacramento Knoxx performs at 6:30. Daniel Kahn & the Painted Bird come on at 7:30
All ages welcome. Cash bar for 21+. Secure parking available.
Questions? Contact Eleanor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248.990.8049.
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What: RSVP to join us for our monthly General Meeting on Tuesday, October 16th. This month will be a Grassroots Fundraising Training! More details to come.
When: Schmoozing and snacks 5:30 - 6 pm. The meeting will start promptly at 6:15 and go until 8.
Where: **The location will again be the Mondry Building at 15000 W 10 Mile Rd in Oak Park.**
Who: Current DJJ leaders. *If you're new to DJJ, please join us at 5:30 so we can orient you before the meeting.*
This year's end-of-year fundraising campaign will empower leaders to plug into our grassroots fundraising work at one of four levels:
- Liking, sharing, and commenting on fundraising-related social media
- Making a casual fundraising ask of folks in your personal network to give to DJJ via Facebook or email
- Being featured in our fundraising-related social media as well as doing the above, and supporting fellow DJJ leaders to do level 1
- Raising $500 between Thanksgiving and December 31st
No matter what level you choose, you're encouraged to come to this training. We'll do a 101 on class/personal relationship to money, capitalism, philanthropy, and why fundraising IS organizing, and why values-based, crowdfunded, grassroots fundraising is so important to DJJ. Folks who commit to raising $500 at year-end will be invited to an additional training but this first one is open to all.
Click here to read a blog Allie wrote for a deep dive into why fundraising IS organizing.
RSVP: Please RSVP below so we can know how many people we're planning for and be in touch. Let us know if you'd like to coordinate a carpool (sharing your address below helps!) Contact email@example.com or 248-802-5302 with questions.
Motivated to work for racial & economic justice?Looking for a political home?Interested in exploring how Jewish tradition & spiritual practice can support your work for social change?WELCOME TO DJJ!
Learn our history, strategy, core principles. Just as importantly, we want to learn your story and what motivates you to do this work.
The orientation will take place Thursday, December 13th from 6 pm to 8 pm. We ask that you attend for the full duration. Doors open at 5:30. Location TBD.If you plan to attend, we need your RSVP! Fill out the form below and email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.It is helpful to include your address so we can facilitate carpools.