LimmudFest Nola 2023
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LimmudFest is back in person for a weekend of celebrating, learning, and doing Jewish.

LimmudFest New Orleans is a weekend festival of Jewish learning, arts, culture and spirituality featuring 70+ sessions from local, regional and national presenters. It is part of a global movement inspired by the idea that when Jews from diverse backgrounds come together to celebrate and learn about everything and anything Jewish, the entire community is enriched.

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Sunday, March 19 • TBA
The Kids Are All Kids

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In this session, public educator Leah Krandel explores what it means to treat kids like kids, even when it's hard. From her one year-old's propensity for biting to her teenage students who engage in violent crime, Leah will discuss what's challenging about supporting children through tough moments and how she uses the science of brain development, trauma research, and tenets of Judaism to inform a compassionate response.

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Leah Krandel

Leah Krandel is a social worker, educator, and social justice activist who has called New Orleans home for the past 10 years. She is a proud mama, an avid reader, and a big fan of the podcast "Dolly Parton's America." 

Sunday March 19, 2023 TBA
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