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Anti-Semitism & White Nationalism: Non-Jewish Allies Session

  • CAIR-Minnesota (CAIR-MN) 2511 E Franklin Ave Suite #100 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406 United States (map)

From the host:

Join Jewish Community Action for a series of conversations about the intersection of White Nationalism & Anti-Semitism with Eric Ward and Dania Rajendra. In two sessions, one for the Twin Cities Jewish community, & the other for our non-Jewish allies, we will learn how to identify, confront, and ultimately dismantle anti-Semitism within & around our communities.

This is the SECOND or TWO conversations JCA is hosting. This event is geared towards our non-Jewish allies, and will center identifying, confronting, and dismantling anti-Semitism within non-Jewish spaces, and in solidarity with the Jewish community.

NOTE: while this session is designed for non-Jewish allies, EVERYONE is welcome to attend either session.

YOU CAN REGISTER HERE: https://jewishcommunityaction.org/civicrm/event/register?reset=1&id=74

This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. You can read the biographies of our featured speakers below:

ERIC WARD: A long time civil rights strategist, Eric Ward is the Executive Director at Western States Center. He has worked extensively in community, regional, and national organizing, as well as in philanthropy. From 2011-2017, Eric served as a Ford Foundation Program Officer for Gender, Racial, and Ethnic Justice, and as a Program Executive for The Atlantic Philanthropies, U.S. Reconciliation and Human Rights Programme.

DANIA RAJENDRA: Dania Rajendra is both faculty and the director of union communications at The Worker Institute at Cornell University. She has a background in philanthropy, labor, and immigrant's rights, and she sits on the boards of Jews for Racial and Economic Justice and Political Research Associates. After stints in the Twin Cities, Baltimore and Jackson, MS, she is home again in New York City. Her work has been published in the Jewish Daily Forward, Jewish Currents, and Jewschool.