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Adrienne Cooper

The Workmen's Circle

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Adrienne is a central force in revolutionizing Yiddish-informed performance in concerts, recordings, mentoring and teaching. Co-founder of the seminal intergenerational model for experiential Jewish music and culture education, Klezkamp, she teaches in such programs throughout Europe and North America. Executive Officer of Programs at The Workmen’s Circle, she resources its new education model for Jewish cultural literacy and progressive activism.

Kol Isha (A Woman's Voice):

What Women’s Songs Tell Us About the Jewish World

Global Culture & History

From forest to factory floor, from the cradle to the chuppah (wedding canopy), from kitchen to kibbutz, in the synagogue and at the shore of the sea - women’s experience fills the map of Jewish song across five centuries. We will learn songs about and by women in Ashkenaz, Sefarad, pre-state Palestine and Israel, in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino and in some singable English translations, and discuss their historical contexts.

Equipping Progressive Citizens of the Jewish World:

A New Education Vision

Adrienne Cooper, Ann Toback

Identity & Responsibility, Social Justice

This session explores a vision for a new supplementary Jewish education model for building progressive American Jewish identity. Engaging families seeking alternative Jewish education for their children and themselves, The Workmen’s Circle, an historic social justice organization is rebooting with an education vision of immersion experiences, service learning, and a rigorous approach to Jewish language and cultural literacy, with the goal of building lifelong learning communities of Jewish activists.

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