In Food Matters, Mark Bittman suggests making small, relatively easy changes to our diet to improve our personal, economic and environmental health. Join our virtual book club discussion to share your own ideas, discuss Bittman's approach to food justice and hear from leading food scholars of our Movement's ethical eating initiative.
Rabbi Michael Satz of Congregation Beth Israel, San Diego, CA will facilitate a discussion on Food Matters, Rabbi Hara Person, Director of the Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR) Press, will introduce The Sacred Table,
the CCAR's new book of essays on creating a Jewish food ethic, and
Rabbi Ariana Jaffe Silverman of Temple Kol Ami, West Bloomfield, MI will
share thoughts on her essay on elevating ethical eating.
This is the conclusion of our five-part Green Virtual Beit Midrash series, a collaboration with the RAC
Title:Food Matters Book Club Discussion Date: Wednesday, May 18, 2011 Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT