Justice Through Preschoolers’ Eyes

The Jewish community is diverse and is becoming exponentially more so. Helping Jews of Color and White Jews build shared language to discuss issues of race, racism, and injustice from an early age will support racial equity efforts within the Jewish community.

We want to be raising young people who:

– know and are proud of who they are
– are able to engage in equitable relationships with others
– have the skills to recognize and name unfairness in the world around them
– are empowered to take action to address injustice

Let’s explore how to do this together!


Jan 12 2022


2:30 pm - 3:30 pm


2021 Kallah


  • Tamar Ghidalia (she/her)
    Tamar Ghidalia (she/her)
    Educator and Professional Musician

    Tamar Ghidalia (she/her) is a Jew of Color of Sephardic (Spanish). heritage who was born in Tunisia, fled with her family to France, and subsequently immigrated to Israel and then to the U.S. She has a B.A. in Education and Hebrew Literature from Paris Sorbonne University and a B.A. in Music from the Conservatoire de Paris.

    Tamar is an educator and professional musician with 30+ years of experience in teaching, facilitating, leadership, mentoring, program building, curriculum development and program management. Most recently, she worked for six years as the Executive Director of Urban Arts Academy, a South Minneapolis non-profit serving diverse students and families through art-infused education.

    In 2018, Tamar was honored by congregation Shir Tikvah, Minneapolis, with the Radical Hospitality Award for her work with the Racial Justice Task Force. In 2005, she received the Paul Wellstone Call to Action Award for her work in racial justice.

    Tamar completed the 2019- 2020 URJ’s (DEI) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion JewV’Nation Fellowship (she is now an alumni).

    Tamar is a leader in the racial equity, diversity, and inclusion (REDI) space, working through 3W Consulting, as well as with BI Collaborative, and Edot-The Midwest Regional Jewish Diversity and Racial Justice Collaborative. She has developed partnerships between organizations to collaborate for success.

    Tamar’s most recent REDI trainings were for YIPA in MN (Youth Intervention Program Association) and for JPRO New York Network.

    She currently is on the RAC (Religious Action Center) Racial Justice Campaign Leadership Team which looks at systemic change at the community, State and Federal levels.

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