From vandalism to verbal harassment to physical assault—Jew hate is on the rise. In our own backyards, Massachusetts has seen a 48% increase in antisemitic incidents from 2020–2021.*
Bold Conversations returns to examine the state of Jew hate, both nationally and within our Greater Boston community. We’ll also provide a deeper dive into the 5-point plan we’ve created alongside communal partners to combat antisemitism in all its forms. Don’t miss this timely and necessary virtual discussion, including breakout sessions on allyship, education, and security, as well as a Q&A.
Featuring Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO and national director, Anti-Defamation League. Additional speakers include:
- Dr. Sarah Abramson, senior vice president of strategy and impact, CJP
- Rabbi Marc Baker, president and CEO, CJP
- Miriam Berkowitz Blue, executive director, Hillel Council of New England
- Jeremy Burton, CEO, Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC)
- Rabbi Ron Fish, east division director of antisemitism advocacy and education, ADL
- Jeremy Yamin, vice president of security and operations, CJP
- And others
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