From Crisis to Hope: The Refugee Story and Our Jewish Advocacy Responsibility 

Feb 21, 2024
12:30 pm ET | 9:30 am PT

Welcoming the stranger is a core principle of Judaism and an American ideal. Both emphasize the need for fair and equal treatment of those who flee war, oppression, and inhumane circumstances, seeking asylum and refuge. How can we better understand the experiences of individuals who are forcibly displaced from their homeland? What is our role as Jews and Americans in advocating for humane and just resettlement policies and procedures exist? What is happening locally and how can we be involved?

Join a conversation with former refugees, advocates, and service providers to explore these questions and how to move forward.

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