On Friday, February 18, 2021, CCEJ hosted our first-ever online Breakfast.  More than 300 people came together from all over the U.S. to hear Dr. Leah Gunning Francis’ powerful call to action for racial justice, which you can watch here.

Thank you to our wonderful emcee, Rabbi Scott Fox of Temple Israel, and our amazing group of more than 40 volunteers, staff and Board members who were CCEJ Hosts for the morning.  We are also grateful to our sponsors, listed below.

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Dr. Leah Gunning Francis, Keynote Speaker
Rabbi Scott Fox, the morning's emcee

GET INVOLVED & TAKE ACTION

Thinking about how you can “activate” for racial justice?  Visit our Resources page for ideas and further learning.  Contact us to discuss how CCEJ can faciliate dialogues or training for your workplace, school, or community group.

If you attended this year’s event, share your feedback through our Breakfast Audience Survey.

Help us plan next year’s event! We’re always looking for volunteers to join our Breakfast Committee.  Email us for more details.

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