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Sunday, December 8 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Tikkun Olam: The How & Why of Sustained Commitment

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Gary and Linda Hirsch will engage in a conversation about two diverse, sustained social justice programs that they launched at Congregation Beth El Sudbury: MetroWest Free Medical Program (2004) and Cuba Connection & Fund (2001). They will explore how the programs began, have been sustained, and have inspired the community and helped many.

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Gary B. Hirsch

Gary B. Hirsch has been a management consultant in healthcare and social systems for many years. He is a founder and was President & a board member of the MetroWest Free Medical Program. He has written three books, numerous articles and has received numerous awards for his work.
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Linda J. Hirsch

Linda Hirsch's career as a photographer/photo journalist began in 1976 after she left the active practice of psychology.  Mentors and jurors have recognized in her work?s spiritual qualities, which elevate it to metaphor.  She launched the "Cuba Connection" (2001- present) to document and enable Cuban Jews. 


Sunday December 8, 2013 10:15am - 11:15am
Classroom 10

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