On Tuesday, May 15, the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs will be holding a seminar for the Jewish community in Toronto on the subject of Anti-Zionism/Antisemitism — its definition(s), manifestations; what can be done to combat it. It will be held at Beth Tzedec Congregation at 7:30 pm under the title, “Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism: The Blurry Red Line?”
Our two experts panelists are Catherine Chatterley, the Founding Director of the Canadian Institute for the Study of Antisemitism (CISA) and Adjunct Professor of History, University of Manitoba; and David Hirsh, Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Our moderator is Father Raymond de Souza of the Archdiocese of Father Kingston, chaplain at Newman House at Queen’s University, prominent columnist with the National Post, and CIJA board member.
We’re encouraging an excellent turnout for what should be a very stimulating program on an extremely important subject. Q&A involving the audience will follow the panel portion.
You are encouraged to attend this stimulating program on an extremely important subject.
A Q&A session involving the audience will follow the panel discussion.
For more information see the flyer below