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Founded in 2002, Reboot engages and inspires young, Jewishly-unconnected cultural creatives, innovators and thought-leaders who, through their candid and introspective conversations and collaboration, generate projects that impact both the Jewish and non-Jewish worlds. 

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Honoring World Refugee Day

Reboot teamed up with Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish to welcome a theater full of refugees to their June 20th performance. Every seat that night was underwritten to celebrate the unique stories and journeys of this community and encouraged them to share their own.

You can continue this journey with us by following along with #MyFiddlerStory and read more here!

In celebration of the day, audience members participated in a series of "experiential activations" to tell their stories. This included: a video station where they shared their responses to powerful prompts conceived by Nicola Behrman (co-creator of 10Q); live-sketches by Chris Noxon; and a photo shoot with noted photojournalist, Gillian Laub. Attendees were also able to view After Anatevka: Jewish Immigration and American Reaction, an exhibition in the theater’s lobby curated by Eddy Portnoy. The performance was followed by a powerful town hall discussion, moderated by Luis A. Miranda, Jr.


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A growing series of short documentaries that celebrates how we can live better while living longer.

Who better to give us lessons to apply throughout our lives and show us how to face those later years with dignity, spirituality, wit, and candor than our 80+ elders who are living out loud in their silver years?


 

Death over dinner: jewish edition

Piloted in Los Angeles in partnership with IKAR and now launching in San Francisco, Death Over Dinner: Jewish Edition explores the roles, rituals and meanings of death in the Jewish context as a way to bring light and life into the conversation.

Supported by generous grants from the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, and from the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund of San Francisco.

 


Thanks for Joining us for the 10th annual National Day of Unplugging

Thousands again took part in one of the largest events of the unplugging movement. You can still sign up to host an event with us, and we’ll send free resource guides and toolkits to help you introduce an unplugged event to your community.


 
 

Interested in more creative Jewish projects? Reboot has a number of programs that provide DIY tools for individuals and communities to explore Jewish identity with meaning and joy. Discover our programs here.


Want to help keep Reboot going? Reboot's programs are made possible as a result of generous donors. Reboot is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. A list of Reboot's major supporters are here. If you’re interested in supporting Reboot, you can make a donation by here:


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Want to create an event in your community? Reboot has provided tools to over 1,250 organizations to help create unique Jewish experiences.  

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