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Humanitarian Crisis at the Southern Border: My First Hand Experience

Thursday, February 20, 2020
Temple Israel Ner Tamid 1732 Lander Road, Mayfield Heights 44124

Dr. Eva Moya, Assistant Professor of the Department of Social Work at the University of Texas at El Paso will speak on her first-hand experiences living on the El Paso/Juarez border. 

Residents of the Cleveland area had their first encounter with Dr. Moya in the fall of 2019 when Temple Israel Ner Tamid synagogue sent a 54’ semi trailer filled with much needed items for children on both sides of the border wall.

Putting the concept of “Tikkun Olum” to work, Dr. Moya truly uses her expertise to better the world. We are honored to welcome her to northeast Ohio.

Free and open to the public.

For more information, call
440 473 5120.

Dr. Eva Moya is a Kellogg National Leadership Fellow and expert on social sciences, social and behavioral health challenges, the homeless, the US/Mexico border.  She is nationally recognized for her research on tuberculosis, stigma, women, HIV AIDS, homelessness and intimate partner violence, and for creating an off campus macro course of practice to serve the homeless.

This event is co-sponsored by Temple Israel Ner Tamid, Beth El-The Heights Synagogue, Kol Halev