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Drawing on the values of Tu B’Shvat, “Jewish Arbor Day,” you will hear from a panel of speakers working locally for equal access to natural resources and equal protection from pollution. Then join the discussion and call to action over a shared meal and dessert. Dinner features dishes inspired by foods traditionally eaten during a Tu B’Shvat seder. Panelists include Rhonda Hamilton, Dr. Janet Phoenix, and Brenda Lee Richardson, moderated by Dahlia Rockowitz.
Presented in partnership with Casey Trees, Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action, Jewish Earth Alliance, and Interfaith Power & Light (DC, MD, NoVA).
Image: The Potomac River and the Francis Scott Key Bridge with DC in the distance, ca. 1950-60s. Capital Jewish Museum Collection. Gift of Rhoda Ritzenberg.