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A panel discussion – “Jews Can’t End Anti-Semitism By Themselves: Working with Coalitions to Confront Hate,” with Wade Henderson, Clarissa Martinez-de-Castro and Jonathan Smith. With Amy Feinman at the 2019 ADL Summit from the Javits Center in NYC.
Josef Gluck, who saved lives during the attack in Monsey NY, recounts the events of the harrowing night and describes the way in which the Orthodox Jews of Monsey have been changed by the nightmare. JBS’s Antisemitism Epidemic with Mark S. Golub
A JBS special on the recent spate of antisemitic attacks including murders at a Jersey City Kosher Supermarket and stabbings at a Chanukah party in Monsey. With Bishop Victor Brown, Thane Rosenbaum, Betty Ehrenberg and Dovid Efune. With Mark S. Golub.
Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz, Brooke Goldstein, Ken Jacobson and Stephen Savitsky, discuss combating antisemitism. Moderated by Ellie Cohanim and presented by Bnai Zion Foundation from Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun in NYC.
Deborah Lipstadt is a professor of Jewish History and Holocaust Studies and the author of Denying the Holocaust and Antisemitism: Here and Now. Deborah presents her view of antisemitism in America today. A program of The Streicker Center at Temple Emanu-El in NYC.
Leading Holocaust historian and author, Deborah Lipstadt , delivers the keynote address at Steve Israel’s conference on “Local and Global Antisemitism” at LIU Post. With Dani Dayan and Evan Bernstein .
What Do Americans Really Think of Israel? is the subject author Tuvia Tenenbom discusses and how many Americans mask a seething anti-semitism as evidenced in his new book “The Lies They Tell.” With The Algemeiner’s Dovid Efune.
Eran Lerman, former member of the Israeli National Security Council, talks about the totalitarian ideologies of Nazism, Communism, and Islamism and how they worked in tandem to foster violent antisemitism. A program of ISGAP.
The Chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America discusses the ways the BDS Movement is inherently anti-Semitic, the real dangers it poses to Jewish college students, and his suggestions for combating it. With Mark S. Golub.