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Saturday, January 19 • 9:00pm - 10:15pm
Recent Threats of Oldest Hatreds

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This session explores what is going on in the world today regarding anti-Semitism by addressing the following:
• What is different about anti-semitism today, both in our country and around the world?
• Why is anti-semitism happening? Why is it growing?
• What can we do about it? Can we learn anything from Pittsburgh?

Moderators
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Diane Douglas

Principal, Diane Douglas Consulting
A member of Seattle's Congregation Beth Shalom, Diane Douglas is a Limmud volunteer and Vice Chair of Seattle's Jewish Community Relations Council. She has worked professionally in Seattle’s civic and arts communities as a non-profit executive director, board member, fundraiser... Read More →

Speakers
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Miri Cypers

Miri Cypers is regional director for the ADL’s Pacific Northwest office. She has a long-standing commitment to social justice and has worked for almost a decade in government and advocacy organizations. She served as director of federal affairs and partnerships at Giffords, the... Read More →
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Jay Rosenbaum

Jay Rosenbaum is in his sixteenth year as senior rabbi at Herzl-Ner Tamid. He has a passion for baseball, movies, and intergroup relations. The Muslim-Jewish dialogue group he established at HNT is now in its sixth year. This fall, he led a six-session civil discourse series on immigration... Read More →
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Daniel Weiner

Senior Rabbi Daniel Weiner believes passionately in building Judaism for the 21st century and healing the world through social justice. Temple De Hirsch Sinai has grown to over 5000 members and 1600 families in two campuses in Seattle and Bellevue since he took charge in 2001. His... Read More →


Saturday January 19, 2019 9:00pm - 10:15pm PST
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