May 01, 2023 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm EDT
New York, NY
When one of us is targeted, we are all at risk. When one community is marginalized, all communities can, and must, respond.
Antisemitism is a millenniums-old hatred that is still very much with us today. In New York City and across the country, antisemitism and white supremacy have worked hand in hand to divide communities and make neighbors feel unwelcome and unsafe. How can we use education, community organizing, and social media to inspire young people - and changemakers of all ages - to build bridges across these divides and bring our city together?
Please join Facing History & Ourselves and the New York City Mayor's Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes for an essential and inspiring conversation exploring why antisemitism and white supremacy pose grave risks, and how communities can stand together to say: enough!
This event is generously supported by UJA Federation of New York
When & Where
Monday, May 1, 2023
7:00 - 8:30 PM
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center
199 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center does not require proof of vaccination against Covid-19 or masks in order to attend.
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