Downtown Jewish Life’s Lecture Series on Israeli Diversity and Dialogue

Downtown Jewish Life (DJL) is a network of Jewish organizations in lower Manhattan that works together to support programming to meet the needs of individuals and families in our neighborhood. Funded through the UJA-Federation, DJL’s Israel Committee is sponsoring a set of five conversations with speakers from Shaharit, an Israeli organization committed to civil society and constructive dialogue between different sectors of the Israeli citizenry. These five conversations will take place at five different locations downtown and provide an opportunity to both learn about how Israelis are working together to build common cause across differences and to consider ways in which these types of approaches can serve as models for the local community during a time of stark differences and conflict. JCP is a part of the Downtown Jewish Life’s Lecture Series on Israeli Diversity and Politics and will be hosting the final session.

Out of Many Voices, A Common Future

All events are free and open to the public.

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Series Conclusion: Towards a New Vision for Israeli Society
Dr. Eilon Schwartz
Wednesday, May 24 | 7:00PM | Jewish Community Project

5Dr. Eilon Schwartz is the CEO of Shaharit and the visionary behind its work across the communities of Israeli society. He was among the founders of the Heschel Center for Sustainability, where he served as director. In addition to his work at Shaharit, Eilon is a faculty member at the Melton Center for Jewish Education at Hebrew University where he teaches graduate courses in cultural criticism, social-environmental politics, and education.

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Downtown Jewish Life is a network of organizations who partner together to engage with and provide Downtown Manhattan with experiences that foster an inclusive Jewish community. With the help of UJA-Federation of New York funding, these events and experiences offer a variety of opportunity for individuals and families to connect with one another in ways that are personally meaningful.

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