Night 3 of JBS’s exclusive World Zionist Congress Election Forum features representatives from the slates of American Forum, Americans$ Israel, Kol Yisrael, Vision and Yisrael Shelanu. Moderated by Rabbi Mark S. Golub, Shahar Azanai and Teisha Bader. From JBS Studios.

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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.

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JBS’s exclusive World Zionist Congress Election Forum #2 with representatives from the slates of Dorshei Torah, Mercaz, Mizrachi and Shas Olami. Moderated by Rabbi Mark S. Golub, Shahar Azanai and Teisha Bader. From JBS Studios.

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An overview of what the World Zionist Congress Elections are, how they work, the slates running to become delegates to the 38th World Zionist Congress, and what the delegates do once they are elected. With Rabbi Mark S. Golub.

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JBS’s exclusive World Zionist Congress Election Forum #1 with representatives from the slates of Arza, Hatikvah, Herut, Ohavei Zion and ZOA. Moderated by Rabbi Mark S. Golub, Shahar Azani and Teisha Bader. From JBS Studios.

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A discussion of “Anti-Israel vs Antisemitism” with Brian Cohen , Susan Heller Pinto and Yair Rosenberg . With Shaya Lerner from the 2019 ADL Summit “Never Is Now” at the Javits Center in NYC.

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A musical tribute to one of the 20th Century’s great cantors, Naftali Hershtik, featuring many outstanding cantors of today and a closing duet sung by Naftali and his cantor son, Netanel. From the Hampton Synagogue in Westhampton Beach, New York.

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Panels discuss the Biblical story of the Flood and how it relates to contemporary challenges of climate change. By the Congregation for Humanistic Judaism & the Fed of Upper Fairfield County at Sacred Heart University .

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Cantors Netanel Hershtik and Yaakov Stark present an inspiring cantorial concert “The Music Lives On,” featuring classic melodies from pre-Holocaust Europe. In honor of “The March of the Living” from The Hampton Synagogue, Westhampton Beach, NY.

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Adam Frankel, author of “The Survivors: A Story of War, Inheritance and Healing”, discusses the traumas of learning his father was not his biological father and of his family legacy as survivors. With Indra Nooyi by UJA-JCC of Greenwich, CT. at Greenwich YMCA.

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