Understanding Antisemitism as Educators with Dr. Rachel Fish
With an uptick of antisemitism in our communities over the past several years, we want to support our educators with the tools to create thoughtful lesson plans for their students as well as provide an outlet to ask the questions that are on their minds. Led by expert, Dr. Rachel Fish, we will learn the history of how antisemitism came into being, how it has emerged overtime, and the profound impacts it has in our modern day. This event will consist of a 75-minute session and an additional 15-minute Q+A.
Dr. Rachel Fish | Dr. Rachel Fish is a celebrated academic in the fields of Israeli history, Zionist thought, and Middle Eastern Studies. Most recently, Dr. Fish was the founding executive director of the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism. Previously, she was the Senior Advisor and Resident Scholar of Jewish/Israel Philanthropy at the Paul E. Singer Foundation and the Executive Director for the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University.
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