Want to meet interesting women and explore
progressive, feminist and social justice issues?
Join the NCJW Evening Salon
NCJW’s new Evening Salon is a monthly, evening discussion group (7:30-9:00 pm), meeting at Salon members’ homes (in the northern suburbs) and facilitated by Salon members. Every month a new topic is chosen by the group, and source materials links are then emailed to everyone to read. Topics include a wide variety of current progressive, feminist and social justice issues. There is no fee. Join NCJW after three sessions and you become a member of the Salon!
For more Salon information contact either Donna Fishman or Robbie Schreiber at firstname.lastname@example.org
All discussion sessions are 7:30 – 9:00 pm.
Please RSVP to email@example.com and you will be emailed the host address and readings.
NCJW Salon calendar:
Wednesday, September 6: After Charlottesville
Wednesday, October 10: Religious Pluralism in Israel
Wednesday, November 8: Spertus’ One Book/One Community: Windy City Blues and Chicago’s civil rights movement in the 1950’s-60’s
Wednesday, December 13
Other topics for 2017-2018 include race relations, intersectionality and reproductive justice.
Wednesday, January 10
Tuesday, February 13
Wednesday, March 14
Tuesday, April 10
Wednesday, May 9
Wednesday, June 13
NCJW Women’s Salon consists of monthly evening programs to discuss fiction and non-fiction books and journal articles on timely feminist and Jewish issues, take outings to theater and films, and advocate for and take action on NCJW issues.