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Antisemitism and University Life

Rarely a day goes by that we don’t hear about antisemitic hate on a college campus—whether it is the appearance of swastikas in public spaces, the defacement of mezuzahs at Jewish student dormitories, or progressive student groups excluding Jewish students from their identity communities. What is really going on? And what can we, as a community, do about it?

Join Rachel Fish, Ph.D., co-founder of Boundless, for a conversation with Rabbi Michelle Dardashti and student Isaac Sonnenfeldt—both from Brown University’s Narrow Bridge Project, which brings together students with a diverse set of ideological outlooks to discuss Jewish peoplehood, Zionism, and antisemitism. The session is being offered as part of the JCC’s Antisemitism in America: Charting a Path Forward series and will include opportunities for small-group discussions.

Organizer

B’nai Jeshurun
Phone:
(212) 787-7600
Email:
info@bj.org
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Participation
In Person

Venue

Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
The Samuel Priest Rose Building, 334 Amsterdam Ave at 76th Street
New York, NY 10023 United States
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Phone:
646-505-4444
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