I’m an Ex-Haredi Seeking Education Rights—Ask Me Anything

Top Pick May 10, 2017 Free

Yossi is a public relations expert, editorial cartoonist fighting BDS, and advocate for Israelis who left the Haredi movement and now demand educational opportunities from Israel.

Join us for a special Ask Me Anything event with Yossi as he discusses his personal history, his organization, “Out for Change,” and the realities of life as a former member of Israeli’s ultra-Orthodox community.

Ask a question now and check back in at noon to participate live with Yossi. Taking part is easy!

To participate:

  1. Go to http://www.israel360.org/amas/18
  2. Log in or create an account (connect with Facebook or use your email address)
  3. Ask a question either when Yossi is on live at 12 p.m. on May 10 or any time after the event to see his comments

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