As Broadway and theatres around the globe finally begin to reopen, international stars of Fiddler on the Roof pause to offer this “Sabbath Prayer” for our collective safe return. Presented by OneTable with Broadway.com and produced by Adam Kantor in partnership with Reboot. Watch here.

In his highly-anticipated book, Can We Talk About Israel?  Daniel Sokatch breaks down the hot button issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that are tearing up dinner tables, political parties and college campuses. Sokatch sits down with homeland security expert and Harvard Kennedy School professor, Juliette Kayyem for a frank discussion about the conflict and how we might move forward with the humanity and imagination this moment requires. Join us on October 19 for this Reboot Ideas conversation to imagine the Jewish future.

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Reboot Ideas: Forgiveness

In honor of Yom Kippur, Reboot premiered the short and powerful visual poem Forgiveness with a post-film talkback between the filmmaker, poet and Blavity co-founder Aaron Samuels, and Mahogany L. Browne, executive director of Just Media and Poet-in-Residence at Lincoln Center. Forgiveness interrogates the Jewish community’s collective atonement journey, grappling with the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and racism. Watch it here.

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