Israel Cafe: “Between Zionism and Hasbara”

March 25, 2014

Israel Café is an educational and social program for young adults sponsored by New Israel Fund New Generations and The Riverway Project.  Click here to RSVP.

Facilitator Zohar Avigdori from the Israeli educational group Hechalutz will speak on the topic “Between Zionism and Hasbara: the meaning of responsible criticism in Zionist views.”  In this session we will discuss what it means to critically analyze Israel and still maintain a responsible and loving approach towards it, and will show how this combination will take Israel and Zionism to a better place.

We will bring the speaker, as well as the free food and drink (vegeterian, but not kosher)– you just bring the conversation and friends! This is a perfect chance to learn in a relaxed setting, hear different perspectives, and get to know one another.

Event Location: Caffe Aromi
403A Centre St, Boston, 02130

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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