ONLINEHigh School Student Leaders Share Stories of Fighting Antisemitism

Top Pick April 21, 2020 Free
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Yom HaShoah is commemorated as a solemn occasion to remember the 6 million Jewish lives lost during the Holocaust.

Unfortunately, even as Israelis and Jewish communities around the world pause to remember, we are actively fighting a rampant rise in antisemitism all over the world. This program will encourage you to be proud of your identity and be inspired by the stories of StandWithUs high school interns as they fight back against antisemitism in their schools and communities.

Speakers: Michaela Pelta, Elan Roth, Sammy Gabbai and Abby Adams, StandWithUs high school interns from the Pacific Northwest, Tri-State and Southeast regions.

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