This talk will take place on Thursday, November 5 at 3:30 p.m. ET/ 12:30 p.m. PT.
Forward editor in chief Jodi Rudoren joins Andrew Silow-Carroll, editor in chief of the Jewish Week and Jonathan Tobin, editor in chief of JNS for a post election analysis hosted by the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.
How have the most polarized elections in recent American history impacted the Jewish community? What does the outcome of this election cycle mean for the Jewish community’s primary concerns?
JCPA is the national network hub of 125 Jewish community relations councils and 16 national Jewish agencies. JCPA convenes them together to grapple with pressing issues of the day, develop Jewish unity, and advocate in common cause with other racial, ethnic, and faith groups. JCPA mandate is to build a just and pluralistic America, combat antisemitism and hate, support Israel’s efforts for peace and security and advocacy for human rights around the world.
Elections and the Jewish Community