The Normalization of Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism
Thursday March 07, 2019
Ronald S. Lauder JNF House
42 East 69th Street, New York, NY 10021
Join Women for Israel for a continued conversation on this vital topic and learn what you can do to resist the encroaching normalization of anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism.
Activist, Community Organizer, and Writer
Carly Pildis is a political organizer, advocacy professional, and a contributing editor at Tablet magazine. She is an outspoken advocate against rising anti-Semitism on social media and beyond. Carly joined the nonprofit organization RESULTS in 2013 where she designed and now manages the REAL Change Organizing and Advocacy Fellowship to Fight Poverty, an advocacy training program for young people in the United States between the ages of 18–30.
Writer and Political Activist
Chloé Valdary, a leading new voice in the pro-Israel movement, is changing the conversation about Israel. After one year as a Bartley fellow at the Wall Street Journal under Bret Stephens, Chloé was a Brand Ambassador for Jerusalem U. She lectured in communities around the world on Israeli society, conflict resolution, interpersonal growth, and reconciliation in previously polarized spaces. Chloé is now applying her innovative theory of change, the ‘Theory of Enchantment’, to how we view Israel, proving that strong Zionist identity formation can occur when dialogue and reconciliation are the aims at the center of advocacy.
Jessica Hirsh Weiss
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Beth Bengualid ∙ Kim Dickstein ∙ Hayley Foster ∙ Lisa Frisch
Nina Levene ∙ Randi Levine ∙ Barbara Reich
Stacy Rosenzweig ∙ Marla Susser ∙ Nancy Tepper
Shari Yardeni ∙ Lynn Zises
Ashley Emrani, Director, Women’s Campaign
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