Once we’ve explored some basic anti-oppression language and theory, it’s time to practice talking about Israel and about Zionism with that lens. This workshop will enable participants to practice talking about their feelings on Israel in a way that is designed to challenge anti-zionism in an effective and practical way that will allow for understanding, cooperation and mutual respect as opposed to inter-community or movement-wide breakdown.
Carly Pildis has dedicated her career to fighting for justice and equality on a global and national scale. She was named one the 2019 Forward 50, Forward’s annual list of influential American Jews. She works for Tikkun Olam, healing a broken world, through advocacy, organizing, and writing. She is an outspoken advocate against rising antisemitism.