This just in from the folks at Zeek:
“Zeek, a journal of Jewish thought and culture, invites you to join us October 24-26 in San Diego as we explore personal, spiritual, and political borderlines during an exciting weekend on the theme, Border Crossings.
Cross from the U.S. to Israel with the dance music of Israeli-American sub-dub performer Badawi, who mixes Middle-eastern melodies with New York hip-hop.
Cross from your secular life to new spiritual experience with Mexican Jewish community organizer Jessica Kreimerman Lew and Cantor Kathy Robbins.
Navigate cultural borderlines with poet David Antin, Israeli-Spanish translator Merav Rozenblum, artist Bara Sapir, and artist Eleanor Antin.
Consider the place of the stranger who has crossed the border during discussions with Sanctuary movement activists and leaders, moderated Rabbi Laurie Coskey.
Participate in a Judaism you’ve never experienced before, with an outdoor drumming circle Friday, an LGBTQ-oriented service Saturday morning, a dance party Saturday night and, on Sunday, a drive out to the border with Methodist minister John Fanestil.
You can’t miss this exciting weekend. Experience all three days or drop-in for just a while. But come!”
You’ll find the complete schedule here.