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FedLab Tracks

Please Note: FedLab is a by invitation-only experience. If you are attending FedLab and need help accessing your track, reach out to your local Federation or Contact us.

Building an Inclusive Leadership Pipeline

How can we take concrete steps to ensure that Jews of Color are drawn into and advanced through our lay and professional leadership structures? This track will provide a foundation in the history and issues related to inclusion of Jews of Color, and explore tools, best practices and frameworks for engagement strategies related to both lay and professional roles.

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Owning the Center in Polarized Times

How can we maintain the delicate balance as our efforts to advance racial justice, to combat antisemitism, and to address our communal security concerns intersect? How can Federations seek to widen the middle ground that holds our communities together, while addressing the complex issues facing us in this highly polarized environment?

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Jewish Family Engagement In and Beyond the COVID Era

How can we ensure that COVID-19 doesn’t result in greater barriers to Jewish family engagement and leverage what we are learning about new strategies and modalities to propel even greater engagement in Jewish life and community?

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Building Community Action Plans to Address Poverty

The COVID-19 crisis has magnified existing challenges related to poverty. What are the concrete steps we can take at the community level to address the acute crisis and tackle systemic challenges?

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If I Forget Thee: Maintaining Connection with Israel Through the COVID Crisis

How can Federations maintain and even expand connections with Israel and her people even when most of us can’t get on planes to go there? What strategies and tools can we develop and scale to sustain and deepen ties with Israel now, and to prepare for when travel reopens?

Who Should Come

  • Lay and professional leadership from Federations and local agency/organizational partners working on Israel travel and partnership programs, Israel education programs, and other Israel engagement programming at the community level; and funding partners including Israeli Government representatives. (Note: representatives from global agency and program partners and from the Government of Israel will also be invited to participate.)

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