October 6, 2014
We have confirmed about 17 public events in 11 cities in the United States and Canada for this year’s Kulanu-Abayudaya Women’s Speaking Tour — find out if Shoshanna Nambi is coming to your community this fall!
Click here for our current list of events, or find your town below:
- Chicago, IL Wednesday, Oct 22
Chicago Theological Seminary 12pm – 2pm
University of Chicago Hillel 4pm – 5:30pm
- Toronto, Canada Sunday, 26 October
Congregation Darchei Noam 7:30pm – 10pm
- Toronto, Canada Tuesday, 28 Oct
Leo Baeck Day School 9am – 12noon
- Rochester, NY Wednesday, Oct 29
Temple Sinai 7pm – 9pm
- Beverly, MA Sunday, November 2
Temple B’nai Abraham 9am – 12noon
- San Jose, CA Friday, Nov 7
Congregation Sinai (Kabbalat Shabbat Service) 6pm – 9pm
- Los Gatos, CA Sunday, Nov 9
Congregation Shir Hadash 10am – 12noon
- Corvallis, OR Monday, Nov 10
Beit Am Community (Evening – details TBD)
- Eugene, OR Tuesday, Nov 11
Interfaith Prayer Service 6:45pm – 8:30pm
- Eugene, OR Wednesday, Nov 12
University of Oregon 3pm – 4pm
Temple Beth Israel 7pm – 9pm
- Portland, OR Friday-Saturday, Nov 14-15
P’nai Or of Portland (Shabbat services)
Friday, Nov 14, 7pm – 10pm
Saturday, Nov 15, 9am – 1pm
- Seattle, WA Sunday, Nov 16
Temple de Hirsch Sinai 10:30am – 12:30pm
Congregation Beth Shalom 7pm – 9pm
- Hartford, CT Tuesday, Nov 18
Trinity College Hillel 12noon – 2pm
Presentation details, including event location, time, and registration information, can be found on our speaking tour calendar or by contacting the organization hosting the event. Please be sure to visit our calendar page again shortly before your event, since there could be last-minute changes.
We hope you can attend one of these presentations and get to know Ms. Nambi and the Abayudaya community of Uganda, or that you will pass this on to relatives and friends in communities where she will speak.
In 2013, young activist Shoshanna Nambi of Uganda became the first Jewish woman to represent the Abayudaya community on this annual Kulanu-organized tour, and Kulanu is delighted to host her once again. The 2014 Kulanu-Abayudaya Women’s Speaking Tour will run this October and November in the United States and Canada. Audiences will be inspired by the fascinating history of the Abayudaya community’s embrace of Judaism and their ability to overcome hardships. Additionally, Shoshanna will share her unique perspective on the role of women in this Ugandan Jewish community today, and inform audiences about the education, nutrition, economic development, and health projects supported by Kulanu.
Read more about Shoshanna and this year’s speaking tour here: www.kulanu.org/abayudaya/speakingtour2014
We hope you enjoy the chance to hear Shoshanna speak this fall!
Learn about the Abayudaya community of Uganda at www.kulanu.org/abayudaya