The Israeli American Council of New England is hosting its third “Act & Impact” session entitled “Confronting Anti-Zionism and Israel Hatred.” The session will explore the rise in antisemitism on college campuses and its correlation with anti-Zionism.
Special guest speakers include Eliza Kanner, CJP’s campus engagement manager, and Adam Gordon, CAMERA’s campus advisor for the Northeast and Canada.
The session is open to all high schoolers, and dinner will be served to all who come. Location provided upon registration.
The Act & Impact program is the Israeli American Council’s Teen Advocacy Program that meets once a month to discuss and explore all the issues confronting Israeli-American and Jewish-American high schoolers with the goal of providing them all the tools, information, and confidence they will need when facing both antisemitism and anti-Zionism.+ More... - Less...
* Registration closes on January 9th at 5:00 pm
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