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Jewish Center of the Hamptons
Phone
631-324-9858
Email
Website
Location

Jewish Center of the Hamptons, 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton, NY

Date

Friday, March 13, 2020

Time

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm

Cost

JCOH Members: Free | Non-Members $200 for all 10 classes

Age

Adult,Senior

‘History of Antisemitism’

New Lecture Series: ‘History of Antisemitism’ at Jewish Center of the Hamptons

March 10 through May 22, 2020

TUESDAYS  | 12:30pm  |  Manhattan
FRIDAYS  |  12:15pm  |  East Hampton

The term ‘antisemitism’ may be just over a hundred years old, but the phenomenon of antisemitism dates back millennium. Join Rabbi Josh Franklin of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons in Manhattan (Tuesdays) and East Hampton (Fridays), for a thought-provoking lecture series, ‘History of Antisemitism’.

For centuries, Jews have confronted discrimination, persecution, and slaughter—during the Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition, the Russian pogroms, and the Holocaust.

Join us for this 10-week class, March 10 through May 22, that delves deeply into the history of Antisemitism – from the many heads of the historic hydra, to the recent resurgence we have seen around the globe.  We will address the cause, the effect and implications for the future.

To register, visit jcoh.org/adultlearning or contact JCOH at 631-324-9858. Free for members. One-time charge of $200 for non-members for all 10 sessions.

JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS: WHO WE ARE

Jewish Center of the Hamptons is a post-denominational synagogue serving as the Jewish spiritual and cultural oasis on the East End of Long Island, in Manhattan, and beyond. Rooted in Torah, prayer, and acts of loving kindness, the Jewish Center of the Hamptons shares the joy of Jewish traditions and deepens our connections to a rich heritage through Jewish values and a diversity of Jewish voices. In our many avenues of learning, we seek to bring relevance and meaning to our daily lives. We are a center without walls, connected to Israel and the Jewish people wherever they might dwell. We welcome each person regardless of gender, sexual orientation, and race, embracing anyone who chooses to join us on our Jewish journey. As a socially conscious congregation, we dedicate ourselves to mitzvot, fulfilling our obligations to God, and to one another.

PR Contact

Patricia Fall | pfall@jcoh.org

631-324-9858

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