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Navigating Antisemitism in Progressive Spaces: A Conversation for and with Young Adults
If you are a college student or young adult involved in progressive causes, join ADL, Project Shema, and USCJ for a conversation about how to productively navigate discussions around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and slow the spread of anti-Jewish ideas when they present themselves.

In this practical discussion, you will learn strategies about how to:
- Engage effectively on behalf of the Jewish people, both on campus and beyond
- Address problematic ideas emerging in progressive discourse and on college campuses
- Explore productive ways to discuss challenging questions and criticisms

Project Shema is an independent nonprofit organization that provides training and support to help the American Jewish community and allies navigate the challenging discourse around Israel and Palestine and antisemitism in the American left. Named after the Hebrew word which means "to hear", "listen", or "understand", Project Shema works to deepen understanding and build bridges across communities.

USCJ strengthens authentic, dynamic Judaism by inspiring people to be part of it and advance their critical role in the world. With 600 synagogues in North America and a home in Israel, USCJ is the largest network of Conservative Jews in the world.

ADL is the leading anti-hate organization in the world. Founded in 1913, its timeless mission is “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.” Today, ADL continues to fight all forms of antisemitism and bias, using innovation and partnerships to drive impact. A global leader in combating antisemitism, countering extremism and battling bigotry wherever and whenever it happens, ADL works to protect democracy and ensure a just and inclusive society for all.

Nov 14, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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