HOT TOPIC: How can we offer adult education that utilizes the skills and connections within your community?
Jessica Spitalnic Brockman
PROJECT NUREMBERG: THE POWER OF ADULT JEWISH LEARNING
Two things distinguished me from everyone else in the room:
1. I was under 50 years old.
2. I was not a child survivor of the Holocaust.
Frieda Jaffe, a congregant of ours, was, and she had invited me to the annual Yom HaShoah Child Survivors memorial service in Boca Raton. What happened at this service allowed me to purse a philosophy I have had about adult Jewish learning that has surpassed my wildest dreams.