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“Racial Justice: Local Perspectives, Local Impact” with Rev. Dr. Andre Bennett
Rev. Dr. Andre Bennett is the Pastor of Youth and Young Adults at Zion Baptist Church, the oldest continuous Black church on the North Shore in the same location. He is also the President or the Essex County Community Organization (ECCO). Rev. Bennett will lead a chat centered on cross-faith collaboration and action to fight racism at the local level, moderated by Jerry Kreitzer, educator, five-term VT State Legislator, and CSH member.

ABOUT THE SERIES:
Tzedek LaKol: Justice for All at Congregation Shirat Hayam presents a three-part virtual speaker series: "We Shall Not Be Silent: Conversations on Race." Our series focuses and centers these necessary conversations by examining racism through national, Jewish, and local lenses, consisting of three virtual fireside chats moderated by a member of the CSH congregation.

For more information, please visit: https://shirathayam.org/tzedek-lakol-justice-for-all/

Apr 27, 2021 07:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Rev. Dr. Andre Bennett, Speaker
Pastor @Zion Baptist Church
Rev. Dr. Andre Bennett is the youth and young adults pastor at Zion Baptist Church in Lynn. He is also Board President of ECCO, a multifaith network of 39 congregations and the North Shore Labor Council that works to create a world where everyone belongs, where we all can thrive, and where we all have a say in the decisions that shape our lives.
Jerry Kreitzer, Moderator
Member @Congregation Shirat Hayam
Jerry Kreitzer grew up in the Catskills region of New York. After attending Adelphi University on Long Island, Jerry taught behavioral sciences at a public school in Rutland, Vermont. In 1990, Jerry was elected to represent the Rutland 6-3 District and served five terms in the Vermont legislature. He and his wife Patricia are both retired and live in Winthrop.