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Listen. Learn. Create: A Series on Race & Relationships; Session 1

September 14, 2020 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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You’ve read the headlines about racial inequity; you’ve heard the outcry about injustice in our nation. Now, The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington invites you to hear from the Reverend Tim Warner, Pastor of the Emory Grove United Methodist Church, his daughter Jordan Warner-Graham, and his godchildren Joia Daniels and Dr. Joseph Daniels, III about their experiences as a Black family in America.

Join us to listen and learn from two generations of Black spiritual leaders, educators, and activists. Together, we will strengthen our understanding, deepen the roots of our relationships, and reflect on how the Jewish community can realize our vision of being true friends and allies.

Monday, September 14
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

This is part one of a three-part series presented by Federation’s Women’s Philanthropy. More details coming soon.

Submit questions for the Q&A to Malki Karkowsky at womensphilanthropy@shalomdc.org.

Speakers

Reverend Tim Warner

Reverend Tim Warner
Rev. Timothy B. Warner was called to the gospel ministry while serving as a Deacon at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church of Rockville, MD in 1996. He was licensed to preach in 1998 and ordained to pastoral ministry after he completed his Master of Divinity degree at Wesley Theological Seminary in 2003. Reverend Warner was trained as a bacterial geneticist, and enjoyed a productive career in pharmaceutical research and development, where he held various scientific and executive leadership positions for over 18 years before committing to full-time ministry.
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Benjamin Warner

Benjamin Warner
Benjamin is a Montgomery County, MD native currently living in Los Angeles, CA since 2014. He currently works as a compliance manager at the largest legal cannabis distributor in the U.S., headquartered in Santa Rosa, Santa Barbara, and Santa Ana, CA.

Jordan Warner Graham

Jordan Warner-Graham
Jordan Warner-Graham is a high school World Studies teacher at Blair High School. She has been teaching for nine years in Montgomery County Public Schools  and also serves as Co-Director for Pivot Basketball Camp, a program that provides spiritual  guidance and mentorship through the game of basketball to underserved youth in the DMV.

Joia Daniels

Joia Daniels
Joia Daniels is a special education resource teacher and a co-director of Pivot Basketball camp. She graduated with her Masters from Towson University and undergraduate degree from Stony Brook University where she was a collegiate athlete for four years.

Joseph Daniels

Dr. Joseph Daniels, III
Joseph W. Daniels, III is an enthusiastic scholar, leader, mentor, and community builder.  He earned his Ph.D. in civil engineering at the University of Arkansas, studying heated pavement system technology for airfield pavement deicing and anti-icing.  He incorporated sustainable practices and renewable energy to his research approach for cost efficiency, system longevity, and environmental protection.  He is currently working as a design engineer.  At the University of Arkansas (U of A), Joe served two terms as president of the Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA).  As president, Joseph hosted Tapestry: Courageous Conversations about Race offering a platform for students, faculty/staff, and community members to discuss racial and social justice issues.  He also assisted in the planning and coordination of the 2016 and 2017 Attracting Intelligent Minds Conference; a conference specifically aimed to recruit top African American students to U of A graduate programs.  Joe believes in building community through social justice, economic empowerment, and intentional relationship building through a startup called Build Community Through Love. He is married to his beautiful bride, Tiffany. He is a native of Silver Spring, MD.

Details

Date:
September 14, 2020
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue

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