What We Need to Know About Antisemitism After 10/7

Thursday, Apr 18, 2024

Thursday, April 18
12 pm ET Program Start
Lunch and Learn at Gratz College
$25 | Registration Required

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For more events in this series, Antisemitism in Focus: Looking Deeper Before and After 10/7, click here.

10/7 is a defining moment in Jewish history, ushering in sweeping communal changes ranging from a renewal of the primacy of Jewish identity to increased fears about long-term Jewish survival. Driving this transformation is the mainstreaming of antisemitism in the United States and around the World. Dr. Feinberg’s lecture navigates us through the post-10/7 antisemitism landscape, helping us to identify:

1) How antisemitism is changing
2) What Jewish organizations are doing to combat Jew-hatred
3) Reasons to believe American Jewry can still achieve a prosperous and secure future

Presented by Dr. Ayal Feinberg, Director of the Center for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights, Gratz College.

This program is presented by Gratz College in partnership with the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History