The Tashlikh is an atonement ritual performed on the Jewish New Year, where worshipers symbolically throw their sins into natural bodies of water.
This year's Days of Awe are coinciding with collective efforts of personal and social redemption. In this online adaptation of Tashlikh, we invite you to reflect on the things you wish to let go of, for a better year to come.
The Public Land Survey System was proposed by Thomas Jefferson at the end of the 18th century, during the expansion of the US westward. It was an innovative method to divide and sell the ownership of the large expanses of newly acquired and unknown territories. More than 200 years later, the grid still defines the geography and landscape of most of midwest and western US.