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Sunday, March 6 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Café Limmud

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New to the program this year is Cafe Limmud, a unique space at Limmud that aims to generate more discussion between presenters and participants. During each hour of the program, specific presenters will "host" a table in the venue's CC Lounge area. For presenters, it's a great opportunity to begin or continue a conversation with participants who may not have been able to attend your full session, and for participants you might just want to know one last thing from an engaging presenter following their talk. Participants are encouraged to visit the cafe throughout the day, and join one or more conversations of interest to them. All presenter times in Cafe Limmud will be advertised, but it's a fluid space where any new topic can be born. We look forward to sharing this new experience with you.
Books and other merchandise will be available for sale at some presenters' tables in each Cafe hour - come to schmooze and to browse!


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Rivka Campbell

Rivka was born and raised in Toronto and earned her BScN from Ryerson University. She is also involved in media production, photography and is a computer geek. Those skills have been utilized in various roles in the Jewish community. Presently Rivka is the Synagogue Administrator for City Shul. | | Rivka works within the Jewish community to raise awareness of the rich diversity of Jews. She has started groups such as "A Minority within... Read More →
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Jordan Helfman

I am a New Jersey/Michigan transplant in Toronto, who loves to play music, eat food, and in March is a huge supporter of the MSU Spartans. Also, Assistant Rabbi @ HBT, World Union of Progressive Judaism Exec. Board Member, Heart2Heart Advisory Board, and father of three cute kids.
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David Zvi Kalman

David Zvi Kalman is a doctoral student at the University of Pennsylvania, where he researches Jewish law, Islamic law, and the history of technology. He is the director and co-founder of the podcast network Jewish Public Media and is the manager of Print-O-Craft, a publishing house for Jewish art books. He has written for Quartz, Tablet, Haaretz, and The Forward.

Sunday March 6, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am
CC Lounge

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