As the war in Israel and the rise in antisemitism continue to escalate, many are grappling with the fact that we and our students are not on the same side, whatever side that may be.
In these intricate moments, can we transform the challenges into valuable learning experiences? Is it possible to convert the complexity of this situation into opportunities for profound and meaningful conversations?
Join us for a dynamic session featuring field-based panelists and small-group conversations as we unpack some of these big questions.
Featuring perspectives from:
- Shuli Karkowsky, chief executive officer at Moving Traditions
- Rachel Dingman, senior director of Jewish enrichment at BBYO International
- Yoni Colman, managing director at OU-NCSY
Moderated by Mollie Andron and Kiva Rabinsky.+ More... - Less...
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