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Miriam Jayne Brosseau
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It was such a pleasure to learn with +Arnold Samlan in the latest +ELI Talks ELI on Air conversation! Missed it, and just dying to know more about "connectedness" and Jewish education? Check out the recording here! #elitalks  
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Jewish educators! I would love your voices and questions in this discussion on connectedness with +Arnold Samlan. Join us? 
 
What is the goal of Jewish education? According to our guest Rabbi Arnie Samlan, it's connectedness - both to the text and tradition and to one another. Join us for an exciting conversation about what connectedness really means and how to make it happen.

We'll be taking questions in advance and during the event! Submit them here or on Twitter using the hashtag #elitalks .
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Join me for this rich conversation in time for Yom HaShoah.
 
What story do we tell about the Holocaust, and why? In this edition of ELI on Air, we'll talk with blogger Elad Nehorai about his viral post, "20 Photos That Change the Holocaust Narrative": http://popchassid.com/photos-holocaust-narrative/

Join us for an engaging conversation in time for Yom HaShoah. Submit your questions in advance here, or live via G+ and Twitter using the hashtag #elitalks.
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Happening today at noon eastern! Come with your tough questions.
 
Why does anti-Semitism exist? How do Jews understand it? In her powerful talk (found here: http://elitalks.org/eicha-problem-what-jews-really-believe-about-anti-semitism), Dara Horn proposed that the Book of Eicha (Lamentations) is the source of the Jewish understanding of anti-Semitism, but that the Book of Job may actually be a more appropriate textual touch point. 

Join ELI Talks for a conversation with Dara Horn and Ruth Wisse (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Wisse) as we dig deeper into these questions, and consider yours!
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Miriam Jayne just made her first donation on One Today, a new mobile app by Google. Give a little. Change a lot. https://onetoday.google.com/p/TKusMKnk
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Curiouser and curiouser... Join +Aliza Kline, +Anita Diamant and me for a deep conversation about curiosity as a Jewish value! 
 
Curiosity has been part of the Jewish story since the very beginning (think Adam and Eve). But what happens when you really practice curiosity? What would it look like to fund curiosity? Join co-founders of Mayyim Hayyim Community Mikveh and Education Center Aliza Kline and Anita Diamant for an in-depth conversation addressing these questions...and whatever else you're curious about!

We'll be accepting questions in advance and during the Hangout itself, both here and on Twitter using hashtag #elitalks. See you there!
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Hey folks - I think you'd enjoy this upcoming conversation with +Elad Nehorai on the Holocaust narrative through pictures: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/chas5ca9ph9kmjgn4j0tmhskpsk

And in the meantime, post us your best questions!
What story do we tell about the Holocaust, and why? In this edition of ELI on Air, we'll talk with blogger Elad Nehorai about his viral post, "20 Photos That Change the Holocaust Narrative": http://popchassid.com/photos-holocaust-narrative/ Join us for an engaging conversation in time for Yom HaShoah. Submit your questions in advance here, or live via G+ and Twitter using the hashtag #elitalks.
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#jewish   #judaism   #israel   #chicago  
 
Ready to check "be in a live studio audience" off your bucket list? Join us at the Chicago filming of ELI Talks!

Tickets are still available for Tuesday and Wednesday night. Seats are free, but registration is required - see you there!
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For sure! Talk should be up about two weeks after the production.

We have seats open both next Tuesday and Wednesday - neither night works?

Either way, we'll continue the convo online. :)
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Hey everyone! I am moderating this conversation tomorrow between Dara Horn and Ruth Wisse about the Jewish approach to anti-Semitism. I'd love for you to come and bring your tough questions!
 
Why does anti-Semitism exist? How do Jews understand it? In her powerful talk (found here: http://elitalks.org/eicha-problem-what-jews-really-believe-about-anti-semitism), Dara Horn proposed that the Book of Eicha (Lamentations) is the source of the Jewish understanding of anti-Semitism, but that the Book of Job may actually be a more appropriate textual touch point. 

Join ELI Talks for a conversation with Dara Horn and Ruth Wisse (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Wisse) as we dig deeper into these questions, and consider yours!
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Unplugging? What’s that? What will you do with your time? Join us for a  pre-National Day of Unplugging discussion that will force you to challenge, question, and think about your notions of technology and what we can do when we unplug.

Featuring:
Shane Hankins is the Chief Operating Officer of Reboot, the non-profit behind the National Day of Unplugging.

Tiffany Shlain has been called “One of the women shaping the 21st century” by Newsweek and is a filmmaker, public speaker, writer, founder of The Webby Awards, and co-founder of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Anna Akbari is a sociologist, entrepreneur, and “the thinking person’s stylist.” She is a former professor at New York University. Her research focuses on visual self-presentation, visual culture, identity, technology/human relationships and happiness.

Wayne Gladstone is a humorist and author of “Notes from the Internet Apocalypse”, a humorous and intelligent take on a world where the internet one day ceases to work (available 3/4/14). He is also a longtime columnist for Cracked.com, creator and star of the Hate by Numbers online video series, & has had his writing appear on Comedy Central’s Indecision, Maxim.com, many other publications.
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Jewish communal professional specializing in social media and network initiatives. Also half of the "biblegum pop" duo Stereo Sinai.
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