Love, Hate and the Jewish State 2.0: A Conversation on Israel and Social Justice
February 21, 2013 - 7-10 PM
Swedish American Hall - 2174 Market Street - San Francisco
$5 - Space is limited
A 21+ event
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Share your story. Leave the boxing gloves at home.
Love, Hate, and the Jewish State is a civil dialogue for Jews in our 20s and 30s to share our personal experiences about Israel and social justice. We are creating a space where authentic discourse and diverse opinions are welcome. You get to own the discussion.
The Program: Love Hate 2.0
Our goal is to create meaningful interactions around Israel and social justice. To achieve this, we will provide exercises to help you talk, listen, and ask questions. NIF’s trained Facilitation Fellows will support this process, helping us foster community without shying away from differences.
Following this evening, New Generations will convene follow-up dialogue groups that will transform our event into a series of conversations for deeper exploration of the relationship between social justice and Israel.
Brought to you by New Israel Fund's New Generations
Co-sponsored by Jewish Learning Works, Jewish Community Relations Council, The Kitchen, San Francisco Moishe House, and the Young Adult Community at Congregation Emanu-El.
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