Follow Survivors of four genocides – Holocaust, Rwanda, Darfur and Congo who work to remind the world what happens when apathy and inaction prevail.
Q & A following the screening
|Where:||The Museum of Tolerance|
A Festive Mutlicultural Evening and Tribute to Janice Kamenir-Reznik.
10400 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Join our partners in the Los Angeles Congolese community as they raise their voices to protest the violence against women in Congo.
Join Jewish World Watch’s Solar Cooker Project at Big Sunday’s Monthly on Melrose making pot holders for the refugees in Chad!
There will be tea and baked goods to eat, but if you’d like to bring something to share, that’s great, too! And feel free to invite other crafty friends to join us- the more the merrier!
|Where:||Big Sunday office, 6111 Melrose Ave., LA 90038|
Tomas Doncker will be performing for the Solar Cooker Project with Marla Joy, The Marietta James, and Clarke at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. For audiences 18+, tickets are $7. Presented by gigmaven and will be performed in the Foundation Room.
|Where:||House of Blues LA - 8430 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood|
Come show your support for Sudan as the Southern Sudanese Referendum goes to a vote!
|Where:||Federal Building- 11000 Wilshire Blvd, LA|
A wonderful event put on by Stephen S Wise’s young division, the W group. For 20s and 30s, this fundraiser benifits Jewish World Watch! Tickets are $15 pre-order and $20 at the door – to register, click here. For more information, contact Romi Schneider at rschneider@WiseLA.org.
|Where:||Bar 210 at the Beverly Hilton- 9876 Wilshire Blvd, LA|
Jewish World Watch will be co-sponsoring this years Civic Action Conference for 30 Years After, a non-profit organization that works to promote the participation and leadership of Iranian American Jews in American political, civic and Jewish life.
|Where:||Century Plaza Hotel 2025 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, California, USA 90067|
Hundreds of JWW activists and theater-goers joined JWW on Tuesday, October 5 for the Geffen Playhouse’s production of Ruined, a powerful portrayal of the triumph of the human spirit in war-torn Congo. JWW activists were treated to a special VIP dinner honoring Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage with JWW’s fourth annual iWitness Award. Audience members joined the cast, Ms. Nottage, JWW Co-Founder and President Janice Kamenir-Reznik and Executive Director Tzivia Schwartz Getzug for a fascinating Talk-Back following the performance.
Photos and videos coming soon – Thank you for joining us!
|Where:||Geffen Playhouse and Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater
10886 Le Conte Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024