A touching story of two young women – an Orthodox Jew and a Muslim of Syrian origin – both teachers in a Brooklyn public school, both going through the process of “arranged marriages.”
All are welcome to join us as we enjoy a film, fresh popped corn, candy, snacks, and drinks outdoors in the courtyard.
Free of Charge • Raindate: August 22
Funded by the Stanley and Lillian Wilen Fund for Adult Jewish Education
A few additional websites about the film, including one with a link to the trailer:
Welcome to the Baltimore Jewish Book Club! We are an organization whose interests include books, eating, and schmoozing. The Book Club is open to anyone and everyone interested in participating in a reading group. Our general topics incorporate all things Jewish, including but by no means limited to: -Fiction relating to Jewish themes/topics (by any author) -Non-fiction relating to Jewish history, culture, and religion (by any author) -Fiction and non-fiction written by Jewish and/or Israeli authors on any topic Essentially, anything that can in any way be connected back to a Jewish ‘dot’ in any way is fair game for our group. Upcoming selections will be determined through nominations and voting at book club events.
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