JWOC Resilience Circle – Dimensions Educational Consulting
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JWOC Resilience Circle


With generous support from the Nathan Cummings, Jim Joseph and Lippman Kanfer Foundations Dimensions Educational Consulting is pleased to announce their launch the Jewish Women of Color Resilience Circle II. The JWOC Resilience Circle is a fellowship whose specific mission is to prioritize and elevate care of the bodies, minds and spirits of Jewish Women of Color.


As Women of Color continue to lead and disproportionately serve our contemporary social justice movement, the diverse racial, cultural, spiritual, sexual and class identities that intersect within our lived experiences are requiring us to be resilient and resourceful in championing justice within our own lives and within the social justice spaces we navigate.

JWOC leaders, like Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza and Women’s March leader Tabitha St. Bernard, have championed the need for women of color to engage in regular healing and self-care practice alongside efforts to bring healing activism to the world.

As movement building toward greater equity and justice continues to grow, Jewish Women of Color are daring greatly to live full and meaningful lives as activist leaders. Many are working together and with partners to support diverse movements for change that are rooted in activism and that address the intersectionality of Women of Color’s experiences across heightened prospects for erasure, tokenization, racism and anti-Semitism that have emerged for many Jews of Color within recent movement work.

The JWOC Resilience Circle is a Gift to Jewish Women Leaders of Color Everywhere…

If you have been seeking resource and a community to support you in caring for our collective survival while avoiding erasure of the multiple identities you hold as a JOC Womyn…

The JWOC Resilience Circle is for YOU!

If you have been seeking an intersectional model for leadership that celebrates the nexus between Transformational Activism, Transformational Spirituality, and Transformational Self-care…

The JWOC Resilience Circle is for YOU!

If you are interested in a year-long opportunity to build community with other JWOC leaders that will:

Center your identity within a co-created “Resilience Curriculum” designed by and for women leaders of color

Engage you in a series of critical conversations and workshops with contemporary social justice leaders

Feed you with three annual gatherings and monthly webinars to facilitate cooperative skill building and the lived application of sustainable leadership and activism

Empower you through coaching, mentoring, community building and partnering to leverage present and historical “Circle” relationships toward deepening power and capacity across JWOC leaders

The JWOC Resilience Circle is for YOU!

Read a testimonial here.