JEWS AND ANTIRACISM: A Virtual Conversation

jewes and antiracism

Saturday, October 24th – 7:00 PM

Join our panel of Jewish activists for a virtual conversation on the Jewish community and the fight against racism in the United States.

Moderated by Rabbi Jankovitz.



Donna Cephas

Donna Cephas has helped develop and co-facilitate a learning and support group for non-Jewish adults raising Jewish children for Congregation Rodeph Sholom in New York City. She served as Founding President of the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom, a network of more than 7,000 Muslim and Jewish women across North America and Germany dedicated to fostering relationship, interfaith learning, and social justice initiative. She is in her final year at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College and serves as the rabbinic intern at West End Synagogue in Manhattan.

KB Frazier

Koach Baruch (KB) Frazier is a transformer, heartbeat of movements, healer, musician and co-founder of the Tzedek Lab, a network of practitioners working at the intersection of dismantling racism, antisemitism and white supremacy. A collaborative leader, rooted in tradition, curiosity and love, Koach strives to dismantle racism, actualize liberation and transform lives both sonically and spiritually. Koach lives with their wife, LaJuana in Philadelphia where he is a student at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.

Jennifer Hoff

Jennifer Hoff is currently serving as school board president in the William Penn School District. She has been an advocate for public education and people of color for about a decade. Active in many community volunteer efforts, Jennifer and her partner have 3 children and an (amazing) grandchild. Jennifer resides in Lansdowne, PA.