MEMBERS OF THE newest generation of Jewish leaders will be part of AJC New Jersey’s “Future Faces: A Panel on the Future of Jewish Advocacy” on Tuesday, April 2, at 7 p.m. at Golda Och Academy in West Orange.
The program is free and open to adults and high school students.
Panelists will be Cantor Lucy Fishbein, assistant cantor at Congregation B’nai Jeshurun in Short Hills; Rabbi Rachel Marder of Congregation Beth El, South Orange; and Belle Etra Yoeli, chief of staff to global AJC CEO David Harris. AJC New Jersey assistant director Dena Dubofsky will serve as moderator.
Among the questions they will address: What does it mean to be an advocate for the Jewish community? What will inspire the next generation of Jewish leaders? How can millennials continue to steadfastly support Israel in these contentious times? How do we combat anti-Semitism and misinformation about Israel in the age of social media?
For information, call 973-379-7844.