SPONSORED BY THE DAVID, URSULA, & ADINA MICHAELI MEMORIAL EDUCATION FUND
It is increasingly difficult to talk about Israel across generational and ideological divides. Zionism, though, presents us with a useful framework we can use to better engage with Israel, advocate for it, and even critique it. Just as important, this framework can create a more inclusive conversation that helps to clarify and mend some of our divides, strengthening our relationships with one another and with Israel. Please join us for this conversation during kiddush lunch on June 1.
Zachary Schaffer has spoken about Zionism, Israel education, and civil discourse to audiences all around the country. He currently lives in Brooklyn and serves as the Executive Director of the Council of Young Jewish Presidents (CYJP).