Lecture Series – Jewish Cleveland by the Numbers: Current Realties and Future Prospects

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Wednesday, April 9
3pm Open House
 - explore our exhibitions, meet with Education Dept. staff

4pm Guest Lecture and discussion
5pm Guided Tour of exhibitions related to the lecture topic led by Museum staff and docents

Featuring Erika Rudin-Luria, Vice President of Community Development, Jewish Federation of Cleveland

How does the Cleveland Jewish community believe, behave and belong? The 2011 Cleveland Jewish Population Study had an enormous impact – giving community agencies and planners needed information to better respond to evolving needs.  A few years later – how has this information influenced us? What new information have we learned? And, as a community, how are we responding?  Our conversation will focus on: outreach and engagement work, older adult needs and families who are struggling financially.

The last lecture of a series held in conjunction with Teaching Cleveland and CJN Foundation.