How Critical Social Justice Ideology Fuels Antisemitism – Livestream Event
Thursday, September 2nd at 4:00 PM EST
A Discussion on the release of the White Paper on Antisemitism by the Jewish Institute for Liberal Values
Livestream Event will begin
Meet Our Panelists
A senior at George Washington University and the co-founder of the New Zionist Congress. He’s contributed pieces to the New York Times, Tablet Magazine, and Ha’aretz.
Dr. Pamela Paresky
In addition to being a psychologist, Dr. Paresky is a consultant, and writer, and the Chair of the Jewish Institute for Liberal Values. As Visiting Senior Research Associate at the Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge (SIFK) at the University of Chicago, she focuses on experiential education, including “Habits of a Free Mind” courses and workshops. As Senior Scholar at the Network Contagion Research Institute (NCRI) she researches online antisemitism and other forms of disinformation and extremism.
Dr. Lee J. Jussim
An American social psychologist, Dr. Jussim leads the Social Perception Laboratory at Rutgers University. He is known for his scholarly work on social perception and stereotypes, as well as his writings for a popular audience on websites such as Psychology Today and Quillette.
Kaufman is an independent consultant in research, communications, and strategy, and an expert on the positioning of Jewish and pro-Israel communities on the progressive left. She most recently directed the Israel Institute for Innovative Diplomacy, where she focused on tracking Israel’s standing in the U.S. progressive field. Prior, she served as Reut’s Director for Policy and Strategy, supervising Reut teams in the areas of national security, Israel-Jewish world relations, and socio-economic development. She has worked for AIPAC and for The Israel Project, both in their Washington, D.C. headquarters. Her recent work with the Reut Institute identifies and characterizes ‘erasive antisemitism.’
Moderator: David Bernstein
A passionate advocate for the free expression of ideas, David founded JILV in May 2021. He is past President and CEO of Jewish Council for Public Affairs and former executive director of the David Project. He spent 13 years in senior roles at the American Jewish Committee.