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With so much programming going on within the Charlotte Jewish community JPOD CLT aims to educate and inform you each week, so you can get involved in programs that you feel passionate about. Episodes will cover topics ranging from social action opportunities, holiday and community events, or personal stories, and how they make our Jewish community stronger and more visible to the greater Charlotte region. Listen on your way to work, school or the gym once a week for just a few minutes to learn about the opportunities and stories available in your Jewish backyard. Please send feedback, ideas, or events to jpodclt@gmail.com

With so much programming going on within the Charlotte Jewish community JPOD CLT aims to educate and inform you each week, so you can get involved in programs that you feel passionate about. Episodes will cover topics ranging from social action opportunities, holiday and community events, or personal stories, and how they make our Jewish community stronger and more visible to the greater Charlotte region. Listen on your way to work, school or the gym once a week for just a few minutes to learn about the opportunities and stories available in your Jewish backyard. Please send feedback, ideas, or events to jpodclt@gmail.com

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United States

Description:

With so much programming going on within the Charlotte Jewish community JPOD CLT aims to educate and inform you each week, so you can get involved in programs that you feel passionate about. Episodes will cover topics ranging from social action opportunities, holiday and community events, or personal stories, and how they make our Jewish community stronger and more visible to the greater Charlotte region. Listen on your way to work, school or the gym once a week for just a few minutes to learn about the opportunities and stories available in your Jewish backyard. Please send feedback, ideas, or events to jpodclt@gmail.com

Language:

English

Contact:

704-620-2094


Episodes

Season 2 Wrap Up:

6/24/2020
Season 2 Wrap Up: Covering a wide range of topics and people, all in all JPOD Charlotte Season 2 was a success. And three personal pledges on how I plan to show up for racial inequities and injustices. https://www.charlottejcc.org/webpage-directory/main/jpod-clt/

Duration:00:07:46

Maya Lapidot-Boaz:

6/8/2020
Maya Lapidot-Boaz: Dedicated to all the Jewish Community Graduating Seniors - Maya Lapidot-Boaz spent her high school years as a BBYO leader and a Stand with Us Intern. These experiences have shaped her Jewish Identity and led her to a big move after graduation. https://www.standwithus.com https://bbyo.org https://www.charlottejcc.org/news/2020/05/28/news/levine-jcc-reopening-update/

Duration:00:17:38

Elise Kosofsky

6/1/2020
Elise Kosofsky When I see Elise walking towards me in the parking lot, I know she is probably going to ask me for something but I don’t mind because I know it’s for the greater good of our shared Jewish community. Find out what makes Elise so good at “the ask”. https://jewishcharlotte.org/covid-19 https://www.charlottejcc.org/news/2020/05/21/news/levine-jcc-summer-camp-2020-updates/

Duration:00:20:17

Mental Health with Stacy Brink

5/25/2020
Mental Health with Stacy Brink: Stacy Brink, licensed psychologist and member of our Jewish Community, answers all my questions about managing mental health during the ramification of a global pandemic. She shares several tools to help ourselves and those around us navigate through our changing situations. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) YouthLine: A teen crisis helpline with teen-2-teen support 1-877-968-8491 TEXT: teen2teen to 839863 Substance Abuse and...

Duration:00:32:59

Shalom Park with Butch Rosen

5/18/2020
Shalom Park with Butch Rosen Butch Rosen, former Foundation of Shalom Park Executive Director, shares the history of Shalom Park from his perspective and the cooperation and compromise that has led to its success. https://shalomcharlotte.com https://jewishcharlotte.org/community-calendar/a-conversation-with-lori-gottlieb

Duration:00:26:35

Mini-cast featuring Kara Culp

5/11/2020
Mini-cast featuring Kara Culp: Kara Culp, Engagement Coordinator at the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte, shares how she and her husband are juggling working from home and their two young children’s needs during the stay at home order. Reclaimed family time is the highlight of her days. charlottejcc.org https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqd9kd9Tp603yKnD8dIxG8A

Duration:00:10:53

Mini- Cast featuring Bob Jacobson:

5/4/2020
Mini- Cast featuring Bob Jacobson: Bob Jacobson, an avid-volunteer and home alone widow, shares how he has been spending his newly found free-time. Silver linings include a clean house, items to donate and new neighbors. https://jewishcharlotte.org/covid-19 https://www.charlottejcc.org

Duration:00:07:36

Mini-Cast: Megan and Andy Harkavy

4/27/2020
Mini-Cast: Megan and Andy Harkavy Megan and Andy share their experience with the birth of their second child and Coronavirus NKU1, reminding us all to take precautions for our own health and those we love. https://www.charlottejcc.org/webpage-directory/about-us/jconnect/

Duration:00:16:20

Mini-Cast with Sherry Kornfeld

4/20/2020
Mini-Cast with Sherry Kornfeld Sherry Kornfeld, a Jewish Charlotte unicorn, shares her struggles and accomplishments in shifting, Early Bird Developmental Services, from an in person business to a tele-therapy model so they can continue to serve their clients during the coronavirus pandemic. http://earlybirdonline.com https://jewishcharlotte.org

Duration:00:14:44

Mini Bagels in the Age of Coronavirus by Amy Lefkoff

4/13/2020
Mini Bagels in the Age of Coronavirus by Amy Lefkoff With permission from Amy, I share her story about caring for her aging parents in her home and the difficult decisions that need to be made to keep everyone healthy. https://jfscharlotte.org/food-pantry-needs/

Duration:00:11:29

Mini-Cast with Randi Lan

4/6/2020
Mini-Cast with Randi Lan Inspired by a neighborhood FB post Randi Lan and her family, Charlotte Jewish community member for 15 years, did a mitzvah during this coronavirus situation. https://jewishcharlotte.org/passover2020 https://jewishcharlotte.org/covid-19 https://www.hias.org/passover

Duration:00:07:27

Coronavirus, A Self-Indulgent Episode.

3/30/2020
Coronavirus, A Self-Indulgent Episode. I share my truth about being home during this coronavirus pandemic and how much better the Jewish/Greater Community has sprung into action to get and stay connected. https://www.charlottejcc.org/webpage-directory/about-us/jconnect/ https://www.charlottejcc.org/webpage-directory/about-us/staff-sustainability-effort/

Duration:00:11:48

Women’s Philanthropy Spring Event:

3/9/2020
Women’s Philanthropy Spring Event: Jill Halverstam and Lisa Strause-Levinson, the Women's Philanthropy Spring Event Co-Chairs, share with us how a simple invite or push can make a great impact on the community. Celebrate Women’s Philanthropy and the Pearl Society with Founder of JewBelong, Archie Gottesman on March 31st, 7pm, Sam Lerner Center. A minimum individual/family gift of $180 is required to attend this...

Duration:00:12:45

Summaries In Their Own Words: Recharging Judaism: How Civic Engagement is Good for Synagogues, Jews, and America

3/2/2020
Summaries In Their Own Words: Rabbi Judy Schindler and Judy Seldin-Cohen summarize their book Recharging Judaism: How Civic Engagement is Good for Synagogues, Jews, and America https://www.judyschindler.com/books/ https://www.judyseldincohen.com https://www.charlottejcc.org/events/2020/03/22/events/calm-your-mind/

Duration:00:19:29

Judy Seldin-Cohen: The Impact of Volunteering

2/24/2020
Judy Seldin-Cohen: The Impact of Volunteering Judy Seldin-Cohen shares two examples, Shalom Park Freedom School and A Way Home Housing Endowment, of how a group of passionate volunteers can really make an impact. Finding the right place to volunteer for yourself makes it meaningful and worth fitting into a busy...

Duration:00:19:48

Artist in Residence at Temple Israel

2/17/2020
Artist in Residence at Temple Israel Temple Israel is hosting its first ever Artist in Residence with Mordechai Rosenstein on March 5-8th. There will be opportunities all weekend for the community to listen, paint and learn. Rabbi Helene Kornsgold, Director of Congregational Education and Arial DiDonato, Director of Events and Programming both of Temple Israel are excited to welcome the...

Duration:00:16:56

Community Organizing 101 and 102 at Temple Beth El

2/10/2020
Community Organizing 101 and 102 at Temple Beth El What is community organizing? Who would be interested? Why does this fit into Reform Judaism? Rabbi Dusty Klass, Associate Rabbi at Temple Beth El answered all my questions and convinced me to put these two seminars on my calendar - March 4th and April...

Duration:00:20:17

Lunch and Learn at Temple Israel

2/3/2020
Lunch and Learn at Temple Israel Rabbi Howard Siegel, Senior Interim Rabbi, inherited the lunch and learn series and has made it his own by exploring the writings of Rabbi Harold Kushner every second Thursday of the month at 11am since September. He also discusses his role as Interim Rabbi and the introduction of an original program even though he is only here for a year or...

Duration:00:13:14

The Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice Part 3: Donna Tarney

1/27/2020
The Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice Part 3: Donna Tarney In her role as Education Coordinator, Donna Tarney, provides Holocaust educational resources, hosts teacher workshops and guest speakers throughout the year for schools and community members. By using the Holocaust as a backdrop to learn about our own current biases, teachers, students, professors and community members can explore ways to break down barriers in our communities and...

Duration:00:17:20

Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice at Queen University of Charlotte Part 2: Talli Dippold

1/20/2020
Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice at Queen University of Charlotte Part 2: Talli Dippold From archiving survivor stories to humanizing the holocaust to providing education curriculum to partnering with community leaders they are bringing the lesson of the past into conversation with our present in order to intentionally shape a better future for students and the community at...

Duration:00:23:12