Robert Siegel looks at the diminishing value of office buildings and asks who will be affected by a potential commercial real estate crisis, with panelists Scott Rechler Stijn Van Neiuwerburgh and Larry Suskind
Rabbis Yael Splansky , A. Brian Stoller and Rabbi Dr. Lawrence A. Hoffman , discuss ways to better channel vibrant Reform Jewish spirituality through the medium of religious observance and practice.
A frank, funny, behind-the-scenes look at Tablet Magazine’s national hit podcast, ‘Unorthodox,’ with Abigail Pogrebin interviewing its newest host, Joshua Malina, and veteran co-hosts Stephanie Butnick and Liel Liebowitz.
Laureen Lipsky joins Shahar Azani to discuss how she went from being an anti-Israel activist to fighting for Israel through the Zionist education initiative she founded, Taking Back the Narrative.
Yossi Cohen , and Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster discuss Israel-U.S. security collaboration and cooperation and more with Benjamin Anthony at the MirYam Institute International Security Briefing
Actor, author, director, and neuroscience PhD Mayim Bialik discusses her Jewish journey, what it’s like to be proudly Jewish in Hollywood, how she’s responded to recent streams of antisemitism in the media and much more.
Boundless Co-Founder Dr. Rachel Fish, Rabbi Dan Levin of Temple Beth-El of Boca Raton, and Rabbi David Woznica of Stephen Wise Temple of Los Angeles discuss how to define action for the Jewish people and the greater world in the current climate.
Yossi Shain, a former MK , emeritus professor at Georgetown University and liaison of Brandeis University in Israel, discusses Israel’s judicial reform, security situation, politics and U.S.-Israel relations with JPC’s Elie Klutstein
Rabbis Joshua M. Davidson, Matthew D. Gewirtz and Tarlan Rabizadeh discussed the growing distance between North American liberal Jews and Israel, and their fraying connection with the concept of Jewish peoplehood during the SWFS conference.
Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch delivers the keynote address for Re-Charging Reform Judaism, a conference of the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue that convened clergy, educators and lay leaders to address the existential challenges facing the Reform Movement.