Diversity and Racial Justice

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Stuart Robinson, featured speaker

Proactive Anti-bias Seminar

Wednesday, December 9, 2020
NCJWSF (map)
5:30 PM 7:00 PM

The NCJW San Francisco Racial Justice and Diversity Committee presents:
A Non-Judgmental and Inspiring Talk about Unconscious Bias and its Impact

To watch the recording from this event click HERE.

On December 9, NCJW members and fellows gathered for an educational and proactive seminar providing insights, perspectives and solutions and strategies to achieve greater racial equity and understanding. Presented to communities across the nation, this seminar gives you tools and data upon which you can contribute to a healthier racial culture. We were deeply moved by the inspiring presentation of the featured speaker:

Stuart K Robinson
Motivational Speaker, Career Coach and Educator
CEO & Co-Owner of Brady, Brannon and Rich Talent Agency

Author of the popular book, “It All Begins With I”, Stuart K Robinson is CEO/Partner of Brady, Brannon & Rich Talent. He is a nationally known motivational speaker and is widely regarded as one of Los Angeles’ top acting instructors. Stuart has supplied voices for over 300 film/animated projects and has appeared in countless television commercials, most notably in a three-year stint as Fruit of the Loom’s Purple Grapes. In addition to appearing in Broadway, Off Broadway and regional theater productions, he has directed, written/composed many musical theater and solo show productions.

To join the Diversity and Racial Justice Committee, please send an email to Committee Chair Teddi Silverman at info@ncjwsf.org.

We hope you will join us in these important efforts!

Diversity in the jewish community 

Thursday, November 19, 2020

In this training, we looked at our social justice activism through a racial equity lens and got a deeper understanding o our Jewish history and identity in the United States. We expanded our knowledge about Jews of Color.

Our featured speaker was 
Lindsey Newman 
Director of Community Engagement of Be’chol Lashon
Board Member of NCJW San Francisco