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At a time when Anti-Semitism is on the rise, please support our Jewish neighbors by joining in this festive, joyous holiday. Learn about the tradition and history of this celebration and enjoy some delicious treats as well! Hosted in partnership between the Moorestown Jewish Association, the Perkins Center for the Arts and MooreUnity. 3-5 p.m.
Sunday, March 5th at the Perkins Center for the Arts.
Sign up to help with arts & crafts, games and refreshments at the 2023 Purim Celebration.Sign up here
We can learn so much from listening to each other's life tales. This four-part workshop series (third Monday of the month starting 3/30 through 6/20) will help you build confidence to craft and tell a compelling story--and even perform on stage, if you'd like!
Our Stories brings together five white people and five people of color for conversations on race and racism, and how, through sharing our stories, we can together build some peace and put an end to racism. Our next session begins soon!Register for Our Stories Here
MooreUnity President Karen Reiner was named Moorestown'sCitizen of the Year 2023 for her commitment to the community.
MooreUnity was issued a Mayoral Proclamation in 2019 for promoting peace & non-violence, working with other groups to provide resources on violence prevention & fostering dialogue across racial & ideological divides.
MooreUnity founders were honored by the Franklin Institute, Cherry Hill Mall & Sun Newspapers as local superheroes for contributions to the community 2019.
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