We've realized that even among smart, kind, thoughtful people who are committed to justice and liberation, that the story that most Americans are exposed to about who Jews are and our traditions, culture, beliefs, history and more is very narrow and often deeply problematic. We want to help change it in the best way we know how -- by bringing together diverse people who are joyful and curious, knowledge, and homemade food!
“The Right People on the Bus” is a monthly round up of job, consulting, and fully-funded fellowship and accelerator opportunities that folks connected to Optimistic Anthropology are recruiting for. Check out 20 new opportunities - including seven fellowships - that we have for this month, and submit your own for our next round up being released in January through: http://bit.ly/OntheBus.
Each month we curate a set of #GoodReads & #GoodListens from the previous thirty days. Some of these recommendations are about building knowledge, process and cultures for social change, others are examples of anthropology in action, explorations of cultures and how they developed, and still others are fascinating things from the adjacent possible, in order to encourage the potential and serendipity created when you notice and connect the unlikely.
On Mondays, I like to share a photo or two from my camera roll and a weekly wish on Instagram. Since I know that not everyone uses Instagram, I also post them on the blog too. Here's the latest about grief, showing up, and the holidays.
On Mondays, I like to share a photo or two from my camera roll and a weekly wish on Instagram. Since I know that not everyone uses Instagram, I also post them on the blog too. Here's the latest on embracing the change of seasons.