Events

Recent Events
I Witness Award
Nov 18, 2014


I Witness Award

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Where: Museum of Tolerance, 9786 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035
Nov 5, 2014


Cooking with a Pinch of Mitzvah

Farm to Table in Brentwood

Jammin’ – Wed., Nov. 5, 11:30am

 


$75 per person*

Class held at a private home. Address sent upon RSVP.
Attendance is limited.

To RSVP, click here.

Culinary expert Debbie Greenwood returns with special guest, Marcie Polier Swartz. Debbie is known for her versatility, technique, and amazing recipes; and Marcie has been growing her own fruits, vegetables, and berries and preserving for three decades. You will tour Marcie’s incredible “farm to table” grounds and be served light-lunch-fare from her exquisite garden and local food sources, including Marcie’s own freshly farmed eggs.

*All proceeds will benefit the Solar Cooker Project of Jewish World Watch. Your donation (the cooking class fee of $75) can provide two families in the Darfuri Refugee Camps with the training and supplies to solar cook for a year. 

This cooking series is underwritten by:
Marcie Polier Swartz, Diane Kabat, Debbie Greenwood, Penny Berns, Claudia Brown
& the Center for Social Justice Engagement of Stephen Wise Temple
Oct 21, 2014


“Watchers of the Sky” Screening and Q&A

Join JWW at a special screening of Watchers of the Sky, a poetic and rich overview of the issue of genocide and its many repercussions. Alternating live interviews with rare archival footage and striking animation, Watchers illuminates the compassion and bravery of courageous humanitarians and powerfully demonstrates the ability of global activism to give a voice to the silent victims of genocide.

The film will be followed by a panel and Q&A with JWW Assistant Director Naama Haviv and Producer Amelia Green-Dove.

(click here for tickets)

Where: Laemmle Town Center
Oct 20, 2014


“Watchers of the Sky” Screening and Q&A

Join JWW at a special screening of Watchers of the Sky, a poetic and rich overview of the issue of genocide and its many repercussions. Alternating live interviews with rare archival footage and striking animation, Watchers illuminates the compassion and bravery of courageous humanitarians and powerfully demonstrates the ability of global activism to give a voice to the silent victims of genocide.

The film will be followed by a panel and Q&A with JWW President and Co-Founder Janice Kamenir-Reznik and Producer Amelia Green-Dove.

(click here for tickets)

Where: Laemmle Royal Theater
Sep 15, 2014


Quarterly SAC Meeting

For the community: We are really thrilled to be able to provide you with an amazing opportunity– Esther and Camille Ntoto, our implementing partners in the Generation Hope and Sons of Congo projects, will be in town, and they will share with us firsthand the miraculous results that have come from your hard work and dedication in supporting JWW. We are constantly inspired by their stories, representative of the hundreds of Congo’s men and most vulnerable children who have been transformed with Esther and Camille’s commitment, perseverance, and tremendous faith. It has been an honor to call them our partners and our friends. We can’t wait till you can call them that as well.

For teens: There will be a dinner program from 6 – 7pm to meet and ask questions of two amazing Generation Hope students, Grace and Prince (some of you may remember Prince from his video).

Please RSVP ASAP so we can count you in on this transformative evening!

Where: University Synagogue 11960 Sunset Blvd. in Brentwood.
Shabbat at the Ford
Aug 29, 2014


Shabbat at the Ford
Where: Ford Amphitheatre, 2580 Cahuenga Blvd E, Los Angeles, CA 90068
Jun 21, 2014


Myanmar Muslims Genocide Awareness Convention 2014

The conference attempts to address the enormity of violence against Rohingya and Burmese Muslims, the largest and deadliest conflict in Burmese history. Find more information at the Burmese American Muslims Association website.

Panel Speakers:

  • Dr. Gregory H. Stanton – President of Genocide Watch
  • Matthew Smith – Executive Director of Fortify Rights
  • Tom Andrews – President of United to End Genocide
  • Dr. Wakar Uddin – Director General of All Rohingya Union

Special Speaker:

  • Naama Haviv – Assistant Director of Jewish World Watch

Where: LA Convention Center,West Hall Room 515AB, 1201 S. Figueroa St Los Angeles, CA 9001
Jun 17, 2014


June Conference Call

Featured Speaker:  Naama Haviv

Subject:  Reintegration of Former Child Soldiers and Sex Slaves

In June, JWW is traveling to Congo and visiting many of our partners.  One of themes of the trip will be about our work with former child soldiers and sex slaves.  The call will feature a conversation about the origins of the problem and about the heroes on the ground working towards a solution.  Featured JWW projects will be: BVES and LAV.

Format:  Presentation (pdf available here) followed by Q & A.

Upon completion of registration, you will receive an email with information on how to access the call.

Bestemming: A Shabbat Experience, co-sponsored by JWW
Jun 13, 2014


Bestemming: A Shabbat Experience, co-sponsored by JWW

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Admission is free, but please RSVP on the facebook event here.

You can also help support the event by making a donation here.

Where: Saban Theatre, 8440 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Jun 10, 2014


Bring Back Our Girls: Interfaith Vigil and Call to Action

JWW is a proud co-sponsor of

Find more info here.

RSVP to laevents@ajws.org or 310.843.9588

Where: Wilshire Boulevard Temple, 3663 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90010



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