Temple Sinai’s Social Action Committee and Pacifica Institute/East Bay are sponsoring a Potluck Community Brunch on Sunday, April 9th to explore how Fred T. Korematsu's legacy can help inspire Jews and Muslims in working together to keep America from repeating a shameful chapter of its history.
Members of Temple Sinai, and the Pacifica Institute and other interested Jews and Muslims will meet in small groups to discuss lessons learned from the Japanese American internment in 1942 and to plan joint actions to help avoid the mistakes of the past.
Our special guest will be Karen Korematsu, daughter of legendary civil rights champion Fred Korematsu and Founder/Executive Director of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute.
RSVP for brunch here.
Please bring a potluck salad, fruit salad, or dessert to share.