Do you believe that it is important to teach your children that every person, no matter what they look like, young or old, brings something unique to this world? If yes, join us in the Sukkah for a discussion with Humans of Tel Aviv’s Erez Kaganovitz as he unravels the stories of the Humans of Tel Aviv and teaches children and families to help repair the world through photography and art with this interactive, family friendly workshop.


Inspired by the widely popular blog Humans of New York, Israeli journalist and photographer, Erez Kaganovitz founded Humans of Tel Aviv in 2012, currently boasting more than 45,000 followers from around the world via FacebookInstagram and Twitter. His project aims to show the authentic cultural and human diversity of Tel Aviv and the country of Israel, and that Israeli everyday reality not only consists of soldiers, guns and clashes, but also of poets, liberals, conservatives, immigrants, pianists, feminists and so much more.


RSVP is required. For more information, visit jewishva.org/IsraelToday.

Event begins at 5:30pm.

Dinner will be served at 5:00 pm. 

Child: $8/ $6 JCC Members
Adult: $11/$9 JCC Members
Family: $32/$25 JCC Members

Location: 
Sukkah- Sandler Family Campus
Other contact information: 
757-321-2341
Date: 
Tue, 10/10/2017 - 5:00pm - 6:30pm
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