A conversation about the celebrated but controversial Jewish writer with three experts who have written about him: English professor and co-editor of “Philip Roth Studies” journal Aimee Pozorski, writer Jesse Tisch and Stanford professor Steven Zipperstein. Presented by Stanford’s Taube Center for Jewish Studies. Free, with registration.
Rabbi Arthur Waskow discusses his book, which is subtitled “The Coming Transformation of Religion.” An interactive event presented by Aquarian Minyan. $18-$26 suggested donation, with registration.
Two documentaries close the fest: “Breaking Bread” about the first Muslim to win Israel’s “MasterChef” (in English), and “Howie Mandel: But Enough About Me,” plus an interview with Howie and director Barry Avrich. Both available to stream for 72 hours after listed time. $10 per film, with registration. 6 and 8:30 p.m.
Randi Reed from Keshet explains LGBTQ+ acronyms, vocabulary, common misperceptions, stereotypes and the importance of building LGBTQ-affirming communities. Part of Bay Area JCC series Power Through Pride.