With Robert Rubin, Legal Director, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area; Gideon Aronoff, President, HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society); Tamar Jacoby, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research and Abby Porth, JCRC, moderator
Co-sponsored by Sh'ma, the Jewish Community Relations Council, Progressive Jewish Alliance, and other community partners
In conjunction with a special issue of the Journal Sh'ma, a distinguished panel of leaders on immigration issues examines the contemporary American debate with a Jewish lens. Jews have a rich and varied immigrant past. How can the traditions and history of the Jewish people inform the debate about immigration reform today in the United States? Including diverse perspectives from across the political spectrum, this program promises to be an engaging and challenging evening.
Advance Reservation Required.
Please call the JCCSF Box Office at 415.292.1233 or email [email protected].
Official Website: http://www.jccsf.org/content_main.aspx?catid=19
Added by jspot on February 2, 2007