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Intercommunitarian Shirat Shevat: Jewish roots without borders

Intercommunitarian Shirat Shevat: Jewish roots without borders

“Never doubt that a small group of highly aware and engaged people can change the world. In fact, that’s how the world has always changed”. The emblematic quote by anthropologist Margaret Mead reflects the shared vision of Shirat Shevat, a group inspired by Shirat Miriam, founded in 2013 and which also blew good winds for the creation of Shirat Imaot and Shirat Darom, all affiliated with UJR (Union of Reform Judaism – Latin America) and WRJ (Women of Reform Judaism), with the main focus on female protagonism.

5.8: a podcast concerned with the Judaism of the future!

5.8: a podcast concerned with the Judaism of the future!

To say that the Covid-19 pandemic has radically transformed our lives has become commonplace: we work from home, we avoid social contact and masks have become an essential accessory, such as purses and shoes. In synagogue practices, it has been no different… who could have imagined, in January, that so many Rosh haShanah and Yom Kippur services would have been online?

Multiple roles, multiple voices: women in action for significative Judaism in Shirat Darom

Multiple roles, multiple voices: women in action for significative Judaism in Shirat Darom

Speaking about a feminine space, a women’s space is always a challenge and a risk. Therefore, like in Judaism, we want to maintain differences to promote personal growth, the growth of communities and the formation of new connections. We are many, with plans and ideas. Dreams and passions.