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The 2015 Sholem B’nai Mitsve Class invites you to join our commitment to social justice

Join faith, youth, community, workers, labor, immigrants, entertainers, and many others for an historic

Martin Luther King Legacy March!

- WHAT -

Peaceful Protest,  Vigil,  and Demands to end: Systematic Criminal Justice Bias, Mass Incarceration Policies Income Inequality,  Low Wages, Poverty, Unjust Immigration Enforcement

- WHEN -

Saturday, April 4th, 2015
3:00  pm


Olympic & Broadway  (Downtown  LA)


The Sholem Sunday School

A welcoming home for non-religious Jews and intercultural families. The school offers a bar/bat mitzvah program as well as a parent/toddler group called Bagels 'n Blox.

Meeting at the:
Westside Neighborhood School
5401 Beethoven Street
Los Angeles, CA 90066

The Sholem Sunday school engages children in an exploration of Jewish identity rooted in Jewish culture and traditions of social justice.








Student with shofar Michael & Amy KolNidre
From our toddler program, to our dynamic Sunday school, to adult education activities, there's something for everyone. Our life cycle events include weddings, bar/basmitsve programs, baby-namings, and funerals. Our observances of Jewish holidays draw from traditions, contemporary readings, and social justice themes.


The Sholem Community:
A Profile

Sholem has been a dynamic presence in Los Angeles for more than 60 years -- fostering a humanistic approach to Jewish learning and culture, embracing diversity, and promoting social justice.

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