Hate on Campus: The Challenges Facing Jewish Students in the Shifting Campus Climate
Executive Director, North Carolina Hillel
Director, Jewish Life, Duke University
It is commonplace to hear about incidents of hate on our college campuses in North Carolina and throughout the United States. From targeted attacks to anti-Semitic graffiti, from speakers with hateful platforms to anti-Israel resolutions, Jewish students today face challenges in the shifting campus climate.
Come hear how Ari Gauss and Rebecca Simons, two highly accomplished professionals, are working with students and administrators at UNC and Duke to foster a campus environment that promotes engagement, education and pluralism. Drawing on their years of experience as leaders in their fields, they will discuss the challenges that Jewish students face today and ways in which the greater Jewish community can help combat hate on campus.
ednesday, January 11, 2017
1937 Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC
This program is open to the public but reservations are appreciated.
To confirm your attendance, please email chapelhilldurham@hadass
by January 9. Or call 919-237-1504.
Norma gindes says
Please note that this program is being sponsored by Hadassah Chapel Hill-Durham. Please acknowledge this on the announcement