The Jewish Communal Leadership Program at the University of Michigan School of Social Work is hosting an interactive program on the topic of Jews and Money. We’ll explore how antisemitism, privilege, poverty, and philanthropy have impacted the relationship between Jews and money, especially as it relates to Jews at the University of Michigan and our personal relationships to money. Guest speakers, engaging activities, and small group discussion will help attendees understand the myths and realities of Jewish wealth and identify antisemitic stereotypes related to money. People of all ages, backgrounds, and religions are encouraged to attend. Students and community members welcome.
Cosponsored by Trotter Multicultural Center, Michigan Hillel, School of Social Work Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Frankel Center for Judaic Studies
Parking: Thompson Lot (508 Thompson St.) is two blocks from the venue and street parking can be found all down State St. and surrounding streets. All parking (deck and street) are free on Sundays.
Building accessibility: There is a wheelchair ramp at the front (State St.) entrance. The program is downstairs on the lower level. You will find the stairs directly to your left upon entering. The elevator is past the stairs also on the left. All-gender, accessible restrooms are on the main floor and second floor. Women’s and men’s accessible restrooms are also located on the lower level.
Food: Brunch will be served, free of cost. Kosher options available. Upon registration, please inform us of allergies and dietary restrictions so we can accommodate you.
Questions? Contact Lauren Fine at email@example.com
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106