Repair the World Passover and Homelessness: Art, Stories and Volunteering with New Friends from Around the Country!

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Join Repair the World for a Passover art project about the importance of home and the challenges of homelessness.  What makes a home? What can we learn from the Israelites’ search for a home in the Passover story? Why do some people experience homelessness? We will also start a volunteer project that you can continue with your family to help our neighbors experiencing homelessness today.

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Repair Passover
birthday-cake 8 - 13 year olds
users 3 - 30 learners per meeting
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Course Details

Description

Join Repair the World and Truvie for an art project where you will learn about the story of Passover through focusing on the theme of “home.” What makes a Home? What can we learn from the Israelites’ relationship with “home” in the Passover story? Why do some people experience homelessness today? After our project we will start a volunteer project that you can continue with your families help our neighbors experiencing homelessness today.

Supply List
  • Paper
  • Something to draw with (markers, crayons, etc.)
  • Scissors
  • Any other art/decor supplies (optional)

Teachers

Hannah Grossman (she/her)
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Hannah Grossman believes that hands on, values-based teaching can change the world. Hannah has an MA in experiential Jewish education and an MA in Bible Studies and has worked as a curriculum designer and educator at summer camps, Jewish community centers, and synagogues. Hannah currently works as the Family and Youth Program Manager at Repair the World in NYC. She is thrilled to explore what justice means with kids and what they can do to make the world a better place!
Ariel Friedlander (she/her)
Ariel Friedlander
Ariel is an artist and educator living and works as the Young Family Program Associate at Repair the World, NYC! She graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in History of Art and a minor in Art & Design. Ariel has created photography, performance, and community art based on queer storytelling and empowerment and now shares her love of art with children while working as an arts specialist and teacher at a local Jewish community center. Ariel is excited to integrate arts and justice work with Truvie!