Flowers Aren’t Enough is a one-woman show which brings light to the subject of domestic violence. It is written, produced, and performed by Naomi Ackerman, and tells the story of Michal, a young woman who falls into an abusive relationship. The show’s power is that it breaks the often-held myth that only uneducated, poor women from bad families are victims. Based on true stories, Ms. Ackerman has woven the voices of women from different cultures and backgrounds into a performance that encourages social change. Flowers Aren’t Enough has been performed internationally over 2,000 times, across 7 continents. The show has been translated into and performed in Arabic, English, Spanish and Hebrew.
A community-wide teen event.
Food, Art, Service Projects, Interactive Workshops, Open Mic by Teens and Performances!
Community Service Hours Available.
Supported by our generous partners: Moving Traditions, Beth Shir Shalom, Congregation Or Ami, IKAR, Kehillat Israel, Shomrei Torah Synagogue, Sinai Temple, Temple Aliyah, Temple Isaiah, Valley Beth Shalom
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Join us for the culmination of Relationships 101, a 10-week program that uses theatre and the arts to teach communication skills and healthy relationships.
Come support these amazing girls and their incredible journey!
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WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU!
Enjoy presentations from our participants, learn about upcoming events / new locations, and hear about our magnificant trip to India!
To purchase tickets or to make a donation, please visit: https://advot-evening-garden-party.eventbrite.com
$180 – Single Ticket
$500 – FRIEND (3 Tickets)
$1,000 – SUPPORTER (6 Tickets) Supporters will be recognized at the event!
$2,000 – SPONSOR (12 Tickets) Sponsors will be acknowledged at the event and on all our social media channels!
ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT WILL DIRECTLY SUPPORT OUR PROGRAMS.
Generously hosted at the home of Morgan Pasco, located on South Stanley Avenue between Olympic and Pico Boulevards
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Join us for Guest speakers, book signing, and a continental breakfast. NBA All-Star Caron Butler and co-author Steve Springer will discuss their book, TUFF JUICE. Also speaking will be Rabbi Richard Camras and Naomi Ackerman, founder and director of The Advot Project. To ensure enough books ($26), please RSVP by August 25 to Ignacio Enbom: firstname.lastname@example.org or (818) 348-5821.