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November 4: Westchester: ‘Pittsburgh and America’

Please join essayist and opinion editor of the Forward Batya Ungar-Sargon for an open conversation about the implications of last week’s tragic attack in Pittsburgh and what it means for the American Jewish Community.

Her most recent pieces include, “What the Pittsburgh Massacre Taught Me about Jews in the age of Trump” and “Donald Trump, Meet America’s Jews. They Are Protesting Your Hate”

The discussion — “What the Pittsburgh massacre teaches us about the place of the Jewish community in 2018 America” — is part of the Richard and Lee Laster Annual Lecture Series so join us for breakfast and conversation at Temple Beth El of Northern Westchester, Sunday, November 4, from 9:15-10:30.

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