Jewschool sent Chanel Dubofsky and Lex Rofes to cover the first conference of Haaretz, Israel’s leading newspaper, and New Israel Fund, the leading organization advancing democracy and social justice.
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The launch of a dialogue series by altMuslimah and Jewschool about Jewish-Muslim solidarity in age of rising anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.
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Open Hillel members at the HaaretzQ conference made pointed remarks to Hillel CEO Eric Fingerhut: this event could never happen at a Hillel.