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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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National Day of Unplugging 2018

Join thousands of others on March 9-10 as we celebrate the National Day of Unplugging. Connect to people in real time and power down your digital devices from sundown to sundown. With the new and improved National Day of Unplugging website, it's easier than ever to take the pledge to unplug or host your own event. We'll send you free cell phone sleeping bags to get started.


Season 2 of The Kibitz brings together Dan Crane and new co-host, comedian, actress and writer Jessica Chaffin! Asking big Jewish questions though a cultural and comedic lens, it's your podcast about Jewish ideas. 

You don't have to be Jewish to listen, but it wouldn't hurt...

Is there something peculiar to Judaism that makes us think about death differently? With no proscription for a definitive heaven or afterlife, how does that affect how we live our lives and think about death? Are Jewish rituals an effective way of dealing with grief? Are there better ways to think and talk about death with friends and family? In our final episode from season 2 we address these questions with British comedian David Baddiel (who you might remember from this season’s atheism episode), Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie from NYC’s Lab/Shul, founder of Death Over Dinner and DoD Jewish Edition Michael Hebb and Dan Crane’s 97-year-old nana.   

 
 

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.

 


Interested in exploring Jewish stuff? Reboot has a number of active programs that provide DIY tools for individuals and communities to explore Jewish identity and meaning. Discover our programs here.


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