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The last few years have seen a significant rise in the number of Anti-Semitic incidents around the United States and in NYC. How do we understand why this is happening now? What does this say about our democracy? What links can we draw between these violent acts and our current political climate? What tools does philanthropy have to respond?
Philanthropy New York has sponsored many programs over the years the many ways our community members have been targeted by Islamophobia, anti-black racism, anti-trans, anti-immigrant xenophobia, and more. We look forward to bringing antisemitism into that conversation.
Please join us for this very important conversation led by a leading national expert and moderated by a PNY colleague.
- The rise of Anti-Semitism in the U.S.
- The links between antisemitism, anti-black racism, xenophobia, and our ability to safeguard democratic practice and institutions
- How philanthropy can use its resources to face this threat to our democracy
Eric Ward, Executive Director, Western States Center
Isaac Luria (Interviewer), Director of Voice, Creativity and Culture, The Nathan Cummings Foundation
All interested funders
9:30 - 11:00 AM Program
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