featuring Isabel Wilkerson
Isabel Wilkerson, author
of Caste-The Origins of
In Conversation with Rabbi Mara Nathan, Temple Beth-El & Reverend Kenneth Kemp, Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church and Temple Beth-El have been engaged in dialogue and fellowship since 2016 with our annual Martin Luther King Jr. Sabbath Exchange. This year we invited you to deepen the dialogue with a monthly book discussion of Isabel Wilkerson’s Pulitzer Prize winning book, Caste: The Origins of our Discontents. From October through April, Rabbi Mara Nathan and Pastor Kenneth Kemp have lead us through a discussion of Wilkerson’s powerful and thought-provoking work. Please join us as our book discussion comes to a close with a city-wide event featuring a presentation by Wilkerson.
H.E. Butt Foundation
Jean & Jesse Wulfe Religious Enhancement Fund
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
Danna & James Halff
Susan Gershenhorn & James Lazarus
Bonnie Reed & Stuart Schlossberg
Marcia Goren Weser
Gayle & Stanley Alterman
LuAnn & Larry Cohen
Marsha Krassner & David Spener
Lynn & Rabbi Samuel Stahl
Linda Levy & Daniel Laser
Leslie & John Tramer
Barbara Baruch & John Ackerman
About Isabel Wilkerson
Isabel Wilkerson, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Humanities Medal, has become a leading figure in narrative nonfiction, an
interpreter of the human condition, and an impassioned voice for demonstrating how history can help us understand ourselves our country, and our current era of upheaval.
** Interested in helping to sponsor Isabel Wilkerson’s visit to San Antonio? You can view sponsorship opportunities below.
Contact Rabbi Nathan gro.asle-hteb@nahtanm for information.