January 11: Connecticut: After Pittsburgh, Anti-Semitism As Seen From The Diaspora And Israel by the Forward

January 11: Connecticut: After Pittsburgh, Anti-Semitism As Seen From The Diaspora And Israel

Forward opinion editor Batya Ungar-Sargon will be a guest speaker at the Greenwich Reform Synagogue in Connecticut on Friday, January 11. Join her as she speaks about what the Pittsburgh massacre taught us about the American Jewish community and the growing divide between the Diaspora and Israel — plus the competing ways anti-Semitism is viewed in the two communities.

At the Forward, Ungar-Sargon writes columns each week in response to breaking news impacting the Jewish community, Israel and U.S. politics. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and Foreign Policy.

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