The Imagine Project
The Imagine Project
The Imagine Project


If hate can be taught, so can acceptance and appreciation for others. Today, more than ever, we need to come together in mutual respect, understanding, appreciation, and celebration. The words of Martin Luther King have inspired the direction of the Imagine Project:

 "Men often hate each other because they fear each other; they fear each other because they don't know each other; they don't know each other because they cannot communicate; they cannot communicate because they are separated.” –Martin Luther King

  1. To create a multi-faceted outreach program to unite people of different diverse backgrounds--cultural, religious, sexual, and gender orientation through authentic learning opportunities that will allow them to know one another 
  2. To encourage communities to “Imagine” ways they can bring “kindness” to the forefront of curriculum and develop action plans for “living kind” 
  3. To promote in both Jewish and non Jewish students a deeper understanding and appreciation of Judaism in terms of our history, values, thought, and tradition 
To help create a “Culture of Kindness” -- a world of understanding, acceptance, and appreciation for all of humanity.