Israeli model, actress and author, Noa Tishby, hosts a special program highlighting the climate-saving science, and other groundbreaking technology, being developed at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

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In AJC Global’s “Great Debate,” NYT columnist Bret Stephens and American University Professor of History and Jewish Studies Pamela Nadell discuss whether the golden age of American Jewry has already peaked and is slowly declining through the decades.

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A program of music, hope and support for the people of Ukraine, featuring world-class instrumentalists, cantorial arrangements, refugee stories, and messages of solidarity from Masorti/Conservative leaders from across the globe.

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Marcell Kenesei, Director of the JCC In Budapest, discusses his personal story of Jewish leadership, the Jewish community’s revival in Budapest, the positive impact of support for Ukrainian refugees, and more on this JBS special with Shahar Azani

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Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker discusses the hostage crisis at his synagogue in Coleyville, TX, in a conversation moderated by Abigail Pogrebin, with Central Synagogue’s Rabbi Angela Buchdahl, whom the gunman insisted on speaking to during the crisis.

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Addressing ADL’s 2022 National Leadership Summit, ADL CEO & National Director Jonathan Greenblatt speaks about rising global anti-Semitism, indicting all threats from both the left and right, and describes what his organization intends to do about it.

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Retired general Stanley McChrystal draws on his experience as Commander of Joint Special Operations Command , and U.S. forces in Afghanistan as he discusses Israel, the U.S., and the future of warfare, with MirYam Institute’s Benjamin Anthony.

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Yifat Oron, named one of Jerusalem Post’s Top 50 Most Influential Jews of 2021, shares her insights on education, tech investment, and the Israeli start-up ecosystem from her perspective as head of tech investments for Blackstone in Tel Aviv.

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In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of women in the rabbinate, the first four female rabbis to be ordained in their respective denominations come together to discuss the challenges they faced and the triumphs they enjoyed as they made history.

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