Together at the Table
On Friday, November 2nd, we’re coming together to mobilize a grassroots movement of #SolidarityShabbat dinners dedicated to celebrating diversity, equality, and inclusion after this past weekend’s tragedy of violence and anti-Semitism in Pittsburgh.
We invite you to continue to join us by gathering people in your communities and networks for a Together at the Table dinner to engage in constructive dialogue with a plurality of perspectives, to address deep, painful divides in our communities, and to consider the role we can play in strengthening civil discourse and society.
Together at the Table Discussion Guide
ADL and Repair the World, in partnership with Be’Chol Lashon, Keshet, and OneTable, prepared this guide for your Shabbat dinner table in response to the tragedy in Pittsburgh.
Finding Strength and Community in Shabbat
Reflections from OneTable’s Resident Rabbi on building, doing, and embracing Shabbat, together.
How to Talk About this Week of Hate
Shabbat dinner offers us the opportunity to create community, deepen relationships and reflect on the week that was. That’s why we’re sharing ADL’s resource, Table Talk: Conversations about Current Events.
ADL is also hosting a #SolidarityShabbat in Pittsburgh this Friday, November 2nd. Click here.
How to Have Difficult Conversations About Refugees
“In light of last Shabbat’s tragic violence in Pittsburgh, we remain more committed than ever to fulfilling the Jewish obligation to welcome, love, and protect the stranger. We know that we have a continued and heightened obligation to root out all hate speech – including anti-refugee and anti-immigrant sentiment – wherever we find it. On this Solidarity Shabbat, we invite you to consider showing your commitment to this sacred task by thinking about how to have difficult conversations about refugees with family and friends using the conversation guide provided.”