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Spiritual Audacity & Bold Political Action: What is a Dayenu Circle and How to Start One

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Vicki Kaplan
Dayenu, Director of Organizing

Vicki Kaplan is an organizer, activist, and campaigner committed to movement-building and anti-racism. As Organizing Director and campaigner at MoveOn from 2012-2020, she oversaw organizing programs, mobilizations, and election campaigns that engaged and developed the leadership of tens of thousands of activists. Prior to MoveOn, Vicki worked with communities around the country to shut down dirty coal plants, was a labor and human rights organizer in the midwest, and campaigned to protect water as a public resource. Her organizing work has been featured in the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and the Los Angeles Times. She lives in her hometown of Los Angeles, California with her spouse and toddler.

Sophia Charan
IKAR Green Action Dayenu Circle, Los Angeles, CA
Lisa Cowan
Congregation Beth Elohim (CBE) Dayenu Circle, Brooklyn, NY
Cynthia Hirsch
Madison Dayenu Circle, Madison, WI
Micah Lesch
Berkeley Hillel Dayenu Circle, Berkeley, CA

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Dayenu Circles are where people to take action to address the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action. There are more than 50 Dayenu Circles across the U.S., rooted in neighborhoods, congregations, on college campuses, and among friends. We're having an impact, from working to end neighborhood oil drilling in California to stopping a dirty fracked gas power plant in Connecticut, to working together across the country to pass the Build Back Better Act. Learn from Vicki Kaplan, Director of Organizing for Dayenu (a Jewish Climate Fest producer) and friends what Dayenu Circles are, our values and principles, how we work, and how to get started.