Every day, medical breakthroughs and innovations at Hadassah's hospitals save lives. Our new membership video celebrates this healing work. It will make you proud of being part of Hadassah. Watch it here and share it with friends. We can all use something to feel good about right now. In times of darkness, there is light.
Join us — and invite your friends — for an upcoming online program. There is room in our Hadassah community for all.
How to cope with trauma: Are you having a hard time grappling with the lingering emotional effects of COVID-19? Like many, you may be feeling an increased sense of stress, isolation, unease, grief and even trauma. Women have been particularly affected by the pandemic, from increased caregiving responsibilities to job losses. Join us for Women and COVID-19: From Trauma to Resilience to learn actionable skills for coping with trauma of all kinds from an expert — Dr. Shiri Ben-David, director of the Rehabilitation Psychology Internship Program at the Hadassah Medical Organization. Tuesday, August 31, 12 pm ET.
Hadassah Magazine discussion: Our popular virtual series continues with Live with Anita Diamant: From The Red Tent to Menstrual Activism. Hadassah Magazine Executive Editor Lisa Hostein will interview best-selling author and journalist Anita Diamant, whose most recent book, Period. End of Sentence., explores the cultural taboos and perceived shame surrounding menstruation — and champions an emerging generation of activists advocating for solutions. Tuesday, September 14, 7 pm ET.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
Take a close look at the positive impact of Hadassah's work in our new 2020 Annual Report.
SAVE THE DATE (details in future emails):
- October 4, 8 pm ET: Letter to a Young Female Physician: Live with author and physician Dr. Suzanne Koven.
- October 12, 8 pm ET: What's In Your Genes? What You Need to Know About Jewish Genetics.
- October 28, 7 pm ET: One Book, One Hadassah: Interview with Judy Batalion, author of The New York Times bestseller The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler's Ghettos.
Hebrew@Hadassah: Register for our ongoing Hebrew classes. Cost for all classes is $36. Email questions to EducationandAdvocacy@Hadassah.org. Mondays: Beginner's Hebrew at 3 pm ET and Intermediate Hebrew at 4 pm ET. Members and Associates only, $36.