As part of Staten Island's 17th annual Anti-bias Summit titled Standing Together 2020 join us for a virtual workshop with Jesse Tannetta, Echoes and Reflections/ADL and Prof. Lori Weintrob, Wagner College Holocaust Center.
How can we define and identify Antisemitism, from its origins to Nazi Germany, and then to Staten Island and America today? How does discrimination against Jews and other groups (Muslims, African-Americans, LGBTQ, Asians, immigrants) intersect and how can we stand up against hate together?
Zoom Meeting Info:
Meeting ID: 91914086012
You are encouraged to attend other Summit events below (same zoom link as above):
- October 14th at 4pm: Hate Crimes in the Time of COVID
- October 15th at 4pm: From Bystander to Upstander
- October 15th at 6pm: LGBTQ Activism in Unprecedented Times
- October 16th at 4pm: Immigrant Issues during COVID
- October 16th at 6:30pm: A Brief History of Staten Island's Racial Past
- October 18th @ 4pm: Keynote with Jerry Mitchell, Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting, w/Ed Josey, of SI NAACP
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