Soviet Jewry Movement activist Pam Cohen, and author Ephriam Kholmyansky, arrested for trying to revive Jewish life in the USSR, discuss the historic struggle of Soviet Jewry with leading U.S. activist Glenn Richter and JBS’ Micah Halpern.

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Author Thomas Chatterton Williams headlines a diverse group of artists, musicians and thinkers in part 2 of a program fighting racism and antisemitism, celebrating the power of culture, and offering perspectives on a shared “omni-American” future.

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Jazz legend Wynton Marsalis headlines a diverse group of artists, musicians and thinkers in a program fighting racism and antisemitism, celebrating the power of culture, and offering perspectives on a shared “omni-American” future.

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In a discussion about antisemitism on college campuses, attorneys Susan Tuchamn and Peter Fishkind focus on the case of Fordham University blocking the formation of a chapter of Students for Justice In Palestine .

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A panel of experts including Amb. Arthur Koll, Chuck Freilich, Amb. Cameron Munter and Col. Liam Collins discuss the security and diplomatic implications of Russia’s war in Ukraine on the US and Israel, with MirYam Institute’s Benjamin Anthony.

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What led to the war in Ukraine, how will the EU, US, and greater global community respond are explored by Simone Rodan-Benzaquen , Radosław Sikorski , Matt Karnitschnig , Vladislav Davidzon

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Rep. Jamie Raskin discusses his book Unthinkable: Trauma, Truth, and the Trials of American Democracy, which chronicles the January 6th insurrection, his role in Trump’s second impeachment trial, his Jewish upbringing and more with Abby Pogrebin.

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Israel Hacohen joins Liz Berney and the ZOA Book Club to speak about his father, Mordecai Hacohen, a member of the Betar Youth Movement and author of the memoir Homeland: From Clandestine Immigration to Israeli Independence.

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Former Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. Danny Danon reflects on the history of Israel as seen through the ups and downs in the U.N. from the 1947 resolution, to condemnations of the 1970s, through the present and offers predictions for the future.

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In celebration of Black History Month, Derrick Johnson sits with Rabbi Marc Schneier and Valerie Nash to discuss the state of Black-Jewish relations today.

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