Does Radical Social Justice Ideology Fuel Antisemitism and Anti-Asian Sentiment?
Wednesday, December 14th at 7:30 PM EST
LIVE NYC EVENT/WILL BE LIVESTREAMED
Please join us for a special Shine-A-Light evening. Our expert panel will discuss the recent Jewish Institute for Liberal values commissioned poll that highlights the dangers of this political ideology to Asian Americans and Jews.
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Klein is the leading pollster at OMPS. He conducted the recently released JILV poll that discovered the dangers of ideology to the Jewish/Asian communities. In 2014 Klein was named in Fortune Magazine’s “Campaign Dream Team” of “up-and-coming talents you want to know.”
Founder, CEO, and Author
Bernstein is the founder and CEO of the Jewish Institute for Liberal Values and the author of the recently released book: Woke Antisemitism: How a Progressive Ideology Harms Jews. Bernstein previously served as President and CEO of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, a national umbrella for local Jewish advocacy.
Wai Wah Chin
Wai Wah is an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute and is the founding president of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance of Greater New York, an all-volunteer organization advocating for equal rights for New Yorkers, especially in education. A graduate of Yale, Princeton, and Columbia, Chin addresses issues faced by Asian Americans in New York.
Dr. Lizzie Wahab
Wahab, is a leader in transnational education, promoting the advancement of the knowledge economy and building inter-community partnerships. She received here doctorate from Vanderbilt University and is a sought-after speaker on the power of education in enhancing cross-cultural understanding
Moderator: Dr. Brandy Shufutinsky
Dr. Shufutinsky is the Director of Education and Community Engagement for JILV and an ex officio board member. She has worked towards advancing the rights of victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault through practice, education, and research and is now focusing her advocacy on developing intercultural and academic opportunities to enhance liberal democratic ideals.