Community Conversation: Anti-Semitism in America

Heinz Field - Hyundai Club (West Club). Free parking at Carnegie Science Center North Lot

December 13, 2018

6-7:30 pm

In response to the horrific events at Tree of Life on October 27, 2018, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is convening a community conversation on anti-Semitism in America and the implications for the future of American Jews and the Pittsburgh community.

Moderator: David Shribman, Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Featured Panelists:

Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, Rabbi at Tree of Life *Or L’Simcha Congregation

Joshua Sayles, Director of Community Relations, Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh

Dr. Kathleen Blee, Dean, Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences, Universityof Pittsburgh, and member, Congregation Dor Hadash

Deborah Lipstadt, Author, Denying the Holocaust and Antisemitism Here and Now, and Jewish history professor, Emory University

Register to attend:
promo.post-gazette.com/conversation or 412-263-1541

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